Radisson Blu Grand Hotel, Sofia
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Breakfast and depart Belgrade, Serbia for Sofa , Bulgaria, so many countries I am starting to lose track. Once again heading south we stop at a city called Nis in Serbia, this is where Constantine the Great was born and recently they celebrated his 1700th anniversary by installing a monument in his memory.
Walked through the CBD and the …
Alright, I got tons of cash and a new card on the way. So everyone (mom) doesn't have to worry. My Bulgarian friends were very helpful and it didn't take long at all to fix :P Bulgaria! In a sentence, i was only going to be here for a couple of days but now I'll spend all 8 days i have before my flight to Germany. One reason is it is supper cheap compared to Turkey. Last night and tonight I'm staying with a ...
... and grey. The hotel and its ground-level cafe were closed for renovations, but the proprietors still allowed visitors to enjoy the terrace for a fee of 5 Bulgarian Lev (~3 USD) per person. It was a nice warm day in the city but it was cooler and quite windy up here, so we stayed just long enough to snap some photos.My dad and I reminisced about a hiking trip in the mountain back in the day, probably 20 years ago or so, when we got stuck at Kopitoto waiting for a city bus to ...
... I was fascinated by the idea of travel and adventure across the world, and no symbol had come closer to embodying this spirit to my mind than the Orient Express. It stood for everything that was strange and unknown to me, a proud ambassador of all things different and beyond my reach. To see a remnant of it now in such a forgotten and relatively neglected state made me more than a little sad.
Eventually two young german girls sat down nearby to disturb my nostalgic moment. ...
... there, as the sun slips down behind the hillside, I dig in to the most delicious meal of the trip so far, beginning with a small plate of foie gras with peaches, followed by tender slices of veal in a lemon sauce with brussel sprouts and topped off with a panna cotta with blueberries and another glass of a darker, sweeter, rakija my waiter served on the house. Waddling away from the table and listing to the lobby, I prudently take a cab back down the hill to the Balkan and ...