Hotel Vega Sofia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... years old … in an old-fashioned museum in Bulgaria. There were also stuffed penguins, the Bulgarian for which seems to be peen-gveen.
I had been hoping that Bulgarian would be more or less Russian because I still remember a little of the Russian I learned in the 90s. The pronunciation of the Cyrillic letters is more or less the same, but Bulgarian is definitely its own language. And apparently older Bulgarians don't like to hear Russian spoken because it ...
... come here after Turkey. They share a border and they were both ruled by the Ottoman Empire for hundreds of years. Yet, while Turkey retains a Muslim and somewhat Middle-eastern identity, Bulgaria was under the influence of communistic USSR for decades and identifies as more western. Sofia and Istanbul have a radically different people, culture, religion, and governmnet. You would expect these two cities to be separated by something more ...
... We figured out we had not seen each other since the ealry 2000s during some get-together of our entire class, so it was wonderful to hear what he'd been up to. Roussi and I didn't really have a chance to finish catching up though, and she invited me to visit her. Roussi graduated from my high school two years ahead of me, but I didn't know her until 2008 when we met in Atlanta, GA, where she was pursuing a PhD. We connected through ...
... to spend half an hour and to get away from all the police.
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... them down when they work perfectly fine? Nate told me that the insides of many are renovated to be a bit more livable, but the outsides look exactly the same. Parks filled with Communist monuments, with happy workers, victorious fighters, and hugging citizens are scattered throughout the city, too, and so are giant convention centers and headquarter type places. Though, of course, the party often housed themselves or their duties in the ...