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... wake up call for me; whee! Bed by 2245.
Michelle, you asked for it so here is a summary of nicknames of those on the Macedonian tour:
Ian and Anne are married; Paul is Ian's brother.
Ian...The Engineer re his love of train travel.
Anne...Babooshka for her attire [though with her 'Plain Jane' looks, a couple of babooshkas over her face might be in order.
The Three Stooges...collectively since the Three Musketeers is ...
... scare away patrons. We decided that discretion was the best decision here, and found another bar with a little bit more life, where there were a couple of locals who had actually been to Melbourne. The night started slowly but ended on a high. Thank god!! Our next stop is a home stay in the mountains, so not sure it there will be wifi. Thanks for all your messages. We are keeping up to date with the news, and Ivan didn't ...
... was a small Josef Tito era bunker that was built near the old fortress in a park overlooking the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. Why was it cool? It was only declassified in 2008. Right in the middle of the city, it was a secret until 2008. They only run a few tours through it each day. I was pretty impressed. What stuck out to me the most was one of the (few) pieces of valuable information that our guide gave us about the place; apparently during its operation, ...
It was here that we also tried rakia, an intensely strong liquor found throughout the Balkans (although Bulgaria lays claim to its origin) that is the country's national drink and a mirror of the pálinka we had tried in Hungary a week prior. Considering its alcohol content (at least 40% in most cases, and higher in others), rakia was surprisingly easy to drink, although doing so was, understandably, a slow process. I also tried Kamenitza, one of the ...
... last year and then headed out to the Monastery Kitchen restaurant that some of us went to last year and enjoyed so much. I ordered a salad and shashlik but the shashlik was accompanied by most everything that was in my salad except for the wonderful stuffed peppers. I took a photo of them of course. My waiter spoke English and tried to be helpful. I asked him how to say thank you in Bulgarian but I had a lot of trouble with the pronunciation - he even spelled it ...