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... about Sofia, this might be a good place to start. This actually turned out to be one of the best walking tours I've been on - far better than the sleep inducing monotone in Italy. The tour guide was young, energetic, funny, and never spent too long on one site. We got round everything in just over two hours. As I wandered back I actually went inside some of the major churches that we'd stopped at. It's actually been a while since ...
... also have to go to the post office in her town to make the call. My dad shared how they used coal for heat back in the day, and they'd have to lug bucketfuls of it from the basement all the way to the 5th floor. Then they'd have to carry all the soot down too, and eventually my grandfather got tired of it and installed a reel on the balcony for that purpose. This is especially hard for me to imagine, because the apartment my father grew up in is the same my parents live in now, ...
... street drinking your liter of beer, which comes in a huge plastic bottle.
We did the pub crawl again the next night and it was equally as fun. The night culminated at one of the most unique places I have ever been to. Again through some alleyway there was an unmarked door, which was locked. Our guide knocked and a lady opened it up and let us in. As you walk in the first thing you notice is that it is very dark. It's an old house that ...
... was nice like the Serbian churches but not as bright with more wear and tear
Then I had to follow the tram tracks to the central part of town. It became a pedestrian street and was still filled with many odd characters. People were sitting at outdoor tables enjoying their meals while a homeless person wandered thru picking ...
... showing us sights to see and places to eat and drink. Hostel Mostel is a great little hostel, very friendly, full of character and cheap as chips at 12 euros a night; highly recommended if you find yourself in Sofia. By the time we had checked in it was lunchtime and so in true English style, we had our first meal of our travels in a MacDonald's. After lunch we went exploring, heading towards the Alexander Nevsky cathedral. On our way we were stopped by two ...