Park Hotel Moskva
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- TV Channel One Russia
- Multilingual staff
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Yesterday I returned to Sofia and checked into my old favourite, Hostel Mostel. The journey from Skopje went smoothly and the border crossing was quicker.
Once I'd checked in, I walked down the road to another old favourite - a particular pizza kiosk/ café I know of round the corner from Boulevard Vitosha and the Court of Justice - for a late lunch. After that I just relaxed for a few hours at the hostel, before having their free dinner ...
... to a mosque. It's another reminder that yes, I'm back in Europe.
After that I somehow killed a few hours doing not all that much. I wandered, enjoyed the parks, idled through the markets, and scored the aforementioned cheap lunch. I actually felt a bit guilty paying so little for it, but then given the prices I'll be facing in Paris in a few months I shouldn't be complaining.
I headed back out this evening and went in ...
... reunion though, I managed to squeeze in a quick visit with my sister-in-law Yulia, my niece Zariya and my nephew Samuil. I had a couple of hours between when Yulia got off work and when I had to meet up my classmates, so we put it to good use. I went with her to pick up the kids from day care, then we sat for a quick beer in a restaurant nearby. This was the first time I got to see them because they'd been out of town until now. The kiddos had grown so much!
We were all up early in the morning to catch our flight to Sofia. (Read as: 3 AM, 4 AM and 5 AM!) For Jurgen it was his first time on an airplane and he survived it without a scratch. Neither of us had to suffer through any additional security checks.
Upon arriving we immediately experienced the Bulgarian attitude towards time and enjoyed a relaxed first with Georgi. Together we decided to visit Sofia before driving to the house. Georgi was the ...
... me of home watching football and hockey with my Dad.
After the game was over Elena, her American friend living in Varna Laura and I went to a Chalga Club 4aspik. 4aspik is a famous Chalga Club on the BlackSea. Chalga music is loud and the lyrics are very sexual.The song’s lyrics are usually very explicit and some Bulgarians dislike Chalga immensely. The club was loud andin an open-air space. They had two ...