Rila Hotel Sofia
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... to myself that it wouldn't settle, because of the rain earlier, but after another half hour I noticed that a lot of snow had already settled! It was the first time I'd seen snow first hand since February or March 2013, so I was excited.
I went back to the flat straight after work, sorted a few things out and set off for the little ETAP bus station. The snow had got even deeper by then. The first step I took onto the road, I slipped and fell onto my back - ...
... a TWR partner radio/TV/newspaper station and also teaches journalism at the university nearby.
The hotel we stayed at was very nice (except the non-working AC) and the breakfast was just…wow. It was simple, but for a girl that only eats breakfast once or twice a month…simple is good. The best part was the cheese. I have no clue how to spell it, but it almost like a more wet but less crumbly feta. It’s ...
... twice on two separate occasions by snipers. He was the real deal and the perfect person to learn about Mostar's history from. We feel forever privileged to have had this amazing experience and be well-informed of the terrors that took place during this devastating war.
We spent about 3 hours walking the town, visiting ruins of churches that are being rebuilt, skeletons of buildings that used to be large financial institutions and bullet hole riddled houses. ...
... I was talking to her nephew :) Well, he translated our question, she responded in Bulgarian and he translated the answer :) Done, plus great story was born :)
At 15.00 we started going back to Sofia and arrived at about 17.00. This time we didn´t miss our pasta and after dinner we decided to go out with two more people – Noble (a girl from Hong Kong) and Igor (a guy from Brazil we just met during breakfast the other day).
Firstly, we went to a ...
... 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 ...