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... church we bought some thin beeswax candles from a stall in the front section and then went into the main part of the church. We were transported with delight... the walls and ceiling were made of brick, but the bricks were very thin ones and you could tell that some of them were very old. In the inside of the big dome in the middle of the ceiling, we could see the bricks going round in circles. Icons and murals or saints adorned the walls.
At 10 ...
... technically on the 'group flight'. Right up to check in with Lot for both flights, getting my Aeroplan number in the system. Met Richard and Amanda again in the security line.
I asked Amanda if she had left a computer at check-in; the panic on her face suggested she had. I think I forgot to pick up my watch. The guy checked for me but could not find it. It's more the convenience of having one. Might have to get another on the trip or just use the ...
... the above mentioned religious constructions are placed next to each other and they are supposed to demonstrate the highest level of tolerance between people of non-uniform belief. They form a square called the Square of Tolerance. Just to make it clear I'm referring to the following places of worship: St. Nedelia Church (Orthodox), St. Joseph's Church (Roman Catholic), Banya Bashi Mosque, Synagogue. What concerns the population of Bulgaria and its religion, 70% is Orthodox, 14% ...
... a day at the most if you want to see the church and few museums.
However, the closer we got to Sofia - we started to think that maybe there was some truth to what we'd been told. The first site of delapitated & abandoned communist buildings & factories was moving and kind of sad thinking on the whole situation for the people. The houses in the small towns and villages were old and ...
... rain draping the hills behind the city and soon a cloudburst engulfs the bus and we slow to a crawl as we roll toward the center, raindrops stippling the streets. By the time The ATM at the bus station spits out 100 Bulgarian lev (about $66) the rain has stopped and I climb into a cab. Conversation with the driver follows the surreal pattern of comprehension just beyond each other's grasp. It is first time in Sofia? Yes. It's very beautiful. Thank you. ...