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... a mishmash, a lawyers' dream.
Went into a little shop to get a small bottle of water [.6], waking up the sleeping clerk. Not much else is open this Sunday morning.
At Pakobcki and Mockobcka, there was a little park. Street sweepers are about the only action so far.
Went into the Basilica of Hagia Sophia. On the sign, you could scan the app for more info. I should reach that technological level by the start of the next decade. Glad I opted for long pants ...
Spent a few days in Sofia! We were in a tiny and quiet hostel but Marc you was on the reception desk was very lovely! He is walking from Portugal to Tibet and he's mid 50's! Very chilled out guy and helped us a lot! We experienced our first free walking tour here and it ...
Hello, from Sofia, Bulgaria! First of all, that's a very cool name for a city. "I live in Sofia." How cool is that? These have been relaxing days, since Sofia doesn’t have much in the things-to-do column, but it is an interesting place, nonetheless, and I am glad I came.
I met up with a fellow Angelino and music nerd, Nate, who is studying here on Fulbright. That equates to “smart.” I arrived to Sofia’s ...
... team with understanding families to boot!
Our super Christmas box ambassadors: Trish, Chrissie, Margaret, Franki (+ Tony) and Wendy
Su, Emily & Abigail
Tedy Koleva (& Georgi & Vincent)
Niki Zlatev (& Nicoleta, Bella & Gabriel)
Thanks again for all your ...
... through our coats. The city was really spread out with no real central area that most European cities have. Getting from one unique building or area required walking vast distances past dreary gray surroundings. Just as in other cities we would duck in to coffee shops and milk bars to warm up and replenish our sugar reserves.
We spent this ...