Maxim Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... typical Bulgarian bakery where the products are displayed in the glass window, you say what you want and the assistant passes it through a hatch. Kashkavalki are spiral rolls with melted kashkaval, a type of yellow cheese, on top. That kashkavalka was simply the best cheesy roll I've ever had.
From the bakery I walked to Sveti Nedelya church to take some photos. As I stood by the side of the church, which is raised up some steps, a rather surreal incident happened ...
I've spent this afternoon trying to get a bit of order into our suitcases - in the probably vain hope that we don't get stung for excess baggage again on the flights back to Glasgow. I've washed my hair and writing this as it air dries.
Tonight we have a Bulgarian dinner and musical show so we're all heading off to that. Tell you about that when I get back.
So we got ready and headed down to the bar where we met up with ...
... We thanked her and headed for the booth. It was empty but a man walked up to us saying that he worked at the booth and could give us a ride for 20 LV. (the Bulgarian currency) he seemed sketchy and we were pretty sure he was lying so we told him no thanks and contemplated our next move. The kind lady from earlier walked by us and asked if we had made any progress. We told her that the booth was empty and asked a passing taxi driver how much he charged. He told us it depended ...
... I wonder how they my be treated in the USA if they had bombed us 13 years ago. It may not be on the top of their mind, but there is a little something awkward about it in my own. Maybe we took out the Chinese embassy in Belgrade on purpose as our own way of saying 'nothing personal.' Lunch at a restaurant by the river, cheese and walnut tortellini, and back to My Place to read for an hour before heading once more buswards. At the Bulgarian border a ...
... with Animal.)
So... this post took me a month between the time I was in Sofia, and posting it online... Unfortunately during that time, I moved, and left my window of my apartment open, and someone stole my digital camera with my Bulgaria pictures, London pictures, and P90X before pictures... Quite a loss I know.
So... the only pictures I can add, are ones that I stole from my new Bulgarian friend's Facebook from that night we went out... Sorry...