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Now 10 May and we reluctantly left our hotel in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. A quick taxi ride to the bus station and a four and one-half hour ride to the capitol, Sofia. We had a two night reservation in a downtown hotel. Not quite as upscale as the hotel we just vacated, but we chose the central location over opulence. (So did our Visa card.)
... interesting and were glad we'd come.
We left the church quickly, however, because as soon as we'd come back up from the crypt we saw that while we'd been downstairs, a coffin had been placed in the nave, in front of the iconostasis. A group of schoolchildren were entering through the main door. We lit and placed our candles before leaving through one of the side doors.
We walked to the President's Building as quickly as we could, in ...
... LOT magazine, was also in English. It was not stuffy and had pithy articles. Will look at it later as too tired. Water offered and a little chocolate bar for complimentary service on the hour or so flight.
I enjoyed the Baltics. I wish there was some group chemistry. For most, it was dinner and off to bed. A drink in a bar--even better with supplies and nibblies in a room--would have been nice. It was only with Kevin re the Estonian liqueur that ...
... bus again and all the suitcases were removed from the bus for dog and police inspection - some were opened - ours were not - perhaps we should start locking our bags for safety reasons?
The country itself is very pretty - lots of rolling hills and snowcapped mountains and as we got closer to the capital city of Sofia things started looking modern and progressive with fantastic architectural designs. ...
... is in full swing in the ballroom - something to do with South Africa I later learn from Mariela, who makes me a Negroni on the rocks in the bar ('First time I make this Negroni. Is not popular drink.') -- and why would anyone with a grain of intelligence be ordering a Negroni in Bulgaria? Mariela tells me tomorrow will be busier. 'Israel day.' I ask her to teach me how to say the pleasantries: Please? MOHL-eeyah Thank you? Blah-go-DAH-ria. Rs ...