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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t we tricked you!', and both laughed, then we said we would ask him if we needed help, thanking him all the same. The people in the cafés were friendly, and when we had to run to change some money over to pay for our two coffees, they didn't seem worried if we never returned and didn't pay at all. The lady on the train who showed us to our cabin (I'm slowly learning that it's worth paying the bit extra to be able to lie flat while you're on an ...
... who begs for money everyday but donate every penny [40,000 euro = $55,000] to charity and orphanages)
After that we headed up to a summer home for fruit and coffee and a traditional Bulgarian snack made from phyllo(filo) dough, cheese, and yogurt. It was heavenly! I think I’m gonna need the recipe! After a time of relaxing and fellowship, we headed to the airport to sadly end our time in Bulgaria. I do know one thing, though, I will be ...
... Town of Mostar. A glass of wine, cold pint, fresh cheese, mushroom risotto and grilled vegetables for no more than $15 or so!
We had arranged for a walking tour of Mostar the next day with our hostel owner's husband who had been in the city during the Yugoslavian war. The tour was specifically aimed at informing people of the intensity and the destruction the war had both mentally and physically on the people of Mostar. Right away we knew this was going to ...
... BGN 1 and BGN 5). The second museum we entered was the Ethnographical museum. Besides climbing up the defending tower this is the only way how you can see the monastery from the upper floors. We were accompanied by a very nice lady who unfortunately didn´t speak English at all. She spoke some German but it seemed to be impossible to explain to her (using hands and legs) what we wanted to know (we just asked her how many monks used to live in the monastery). After a while ...
... still living in Sofia. After choosing the house cocktail to drink, I had a hard to choice to make in terms of food - kufte or kebapche? Both of these are traditional Bulgarian dishes, made of spicy ground meat formed into patties or elongated hot-dog-like shapes. I chose kebapche but only because it was served with lutenica - relish made out of tomatoes and peppers, traditionally served with bread ...