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... the communists were unsuccessful in the assassination attempt. The king was late arriving to the church as he was attending another funeral that day at another church for a victim of a prior communist attack. The bomb was detonated, causing the roof to cave in and kill 150 people- just not the intended target.
Across the way is a golden laid Sophia Monument, a millennial addition to the area. Erecting this statue caused quite a stir amongst the locals and the ...
... leaning post. It was a pretty drive (or what I saw of it). Lots of pine forests and mountains. Sim and I were doing the Balkan Base ride which meant that we were just riding during the day and then heading back home at night. They usually do trails, where they camp out somewhere along the way each night. But they told us that I (Lissa) wasn't experienced enough to do the trail rides they have as you needed to be able to gallop on the horse. So we stayed at a guest house in ...
We caught a fairly uneventful 3 hour coach trip to Bulgaria's capital city, Sofia, in the morning and headed for our new hotel. No wheels came off and no collisions en route so things are looking up in the big city! George took us for a walking tour around the town, pointing out some of the usual highlights, churches, museums and the Parliament House. Sofia does, amusingly, have a yellow brick road. 1 437 642 and a half yellow bricks were gifted by ...
... it to Belgrade (oh, and someone having a sneaky couple of cigarettes in the front. We have never appreciated smoking bans in Canada as much as we have now!!!). Luckily our hostel was across the street from the train station which made settling in quite easy. We were lucky to end up with a 4 bed dorm to ourselves for the night and crashed early. The following morning we attempted to get a free walking tour but nobody showed up so we had to do it ourselves. We visited ...
... we spoke Spanish as well and since her son with his family lives in Spain she decided to call her nephew and ask him if he could translate a few sentences for us from Bulgarian to Spanish. It was really funny because she just passed me her cell phone without saying me anything and I just thought I was talking to somebody from the monastery who speaks Spanish and he will be willing to tell us something about the traditional costumes we could see in the museum. After 3 minutes ...