- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and Black Sea with all its lovely beaches as 2 of its borders. They have 40 other large rivers to irrigate the fertile plains that produce an abundance of food. They have 6 of the highest mountains in Europe for ski resorts and to keep the rivers flowing. Beautiful mountain forests well stocked ...
... We were staying in the massive 16 bed dorm. It's all the style of an old farmhouse - wooden beams and balcony and the loft is our room for the night. It was pretty hot but not too loud and again had a nice feel to it.
I say not too loud we did have one very loud snorer in the room RIGHT BETWEEN ME AND CHARLY. Literally one bed apart and it's this guy.
We woke up this morning about 10, had a nice breakfast and headed to the station to sort our train reservations ...
... playing buskers, because it's always handy to have on your hands on some copywrite-free Bulgarian music.
It's a bit sad that so many people tick Bulgaria off their list merely by visiting Sofia, a nice-enough capital city but with nothing special to recommend it beyond churches, prostitution and brutalism. But I certainly didn't hate the place. It was a different experience; a poor-man's Moscow. And if you're really lucky, the Bulgarians might let you taste their ...
... life in Bulgaria. Maybe I can add them later. I hope so - poor man - I don't want to waste all that knowledge he imparted as I grilled him over hours. From 9 am to roughly 7:30. It was a bright sunny day - and I got a bit of sun on my face. Krassie's arm showed the mark of his watch and his shirt sleeves. I hadn't thought so much about the sun and dressed too warmly because I thought the mountains would be colder.
I was afraid I would be ...
... shift shops but the rest of the building was empty. It had good views of the city though.
Rob had been in contact with Tony Maloney and so we agreed that night to go to dinner with him and his friends.
Tony Maloney was a character. He was a short, circular man with the face like a Roman emperor. He was fantastically flamboyant and exuberant sentences would be finished with a toss of the head, a knowing grin ...