How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
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We left VT on the 09.20 bus to Sofia. There was still quite a lot of snow around, despite the thaw of the last few days. The journey was uneventful, though at one point we did see a shepherd driving a small flock of sheep and goats along quite close to the side of the road. No 6-hour journey this time, thank goodness!
We arrived in Sofia …
... There were some old Jewish guys inside, arguing in hebrew about Torah and Talmud. They didn't seem to notice us. Old Jewish men are the same the world around, yeah?
Once you're inside the Synagogue you have pretty free reign to explore. For example, I climbed a sketchy wooden latter from the third floor to the fourth floor attic, but there was just a lot of dust and paint cans ...
... is only 4 years old - but still...)! I therefore decided to go straight to Belgrade instead. So I took the 9 AM bus this morning, and found out I was going in an extremely luxurious Mercedes van with flatscreens, leather chairs, 2 drivers, etc. Not real sure what the reason for this was since I booked the cheapest (eurolines) ticket available - but it sure did help cut the time spent at the border with only 5 passengers on board!
... for the procedure IS present in Doc's body).
Then off to his room where Inga 1 and Inga 2 arrived, razors in hand... (I'm calling all nurses Inga now (pronounced Eeng-gah...lol). Unlike the Greenville Hospital Hotel, the staff on the wards have very limited English and they all remind me of what a nurse named Inga might look like and sound like:~)
I seized the moment, pulled out my camera and thought - this is the greatest picture - ...
... shacks and old crumbling houses and every where the signs of poverty and neglect. Our first stop was to a tiny room perched on the top of a pastors house. The members of this church have been feeding the children of their community for years, providing a vital service that helps to keep children healthy and families together. So many children are put into state care in Bulgaria each year because their parents cannot afford to feed them. By feeding these children this small church ...