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- Non-smoking hotel
- TV Channel One Russia
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... for any camera use, removing as well candles that had burned down.
Crosses were at the bottom of all the chandeliers. The choir was in the organ loft of a Catholic church. There was an operatic dimension to the singing. One ***** came in with short some 25cm above her knees; slut! The service was conducted in part with the head priest's back facing the adherents, on the other side of an open door of the iconostasis. It was again largely an older crowd. Being ...
... back Plovdiv from the Turks in the next few years, Bulgaria became more and more fascist (if you've ever read Tintin in 'King Ottokar's Sceptre' you'll know what I'm talking about) as certain maniacs in Bulgaria set their hopes to creating a new Bulgarian Empire. It didn't really work out as Bulgaria sided with Germany in both of the World Wars, keeping roughly the same territory and with it, a similar low-economic growth.
We arrived in Sofia confused ...
... cross that had been so intricately carved, it was amazing. I bought some postcards to fill in the gaps of the things I couldn't get photos of inside the church and museum. I did get to take some photos of a monk's cell. It was much more comfortable than I had thought it would be - a single room with banquettes and rugs or tapestries, an armoire, maybe some other furniture, although it was quite dark. Before the entrance to the monk's room, there was ...
... that flight. It was a shame that I was so sleepy since when I awoke the first time, I was amazed to see snow-covered mountains outside the window. Then there was farmland with some small settlements and a very loopy brown river. I wish I had one of those maps that gave your location so I could have known what river it was. I couldn't stay awake and fell asleep again and woke just as they were handing out the food.
There was no trauma on my arrival ...
... whole 90c. Even bought myself a punnet of raspberries for 80c, a bit better than Woolworths or Coles.
With the city 1/2 empty it meant less concern for traffic was needed and with that we kept the streak going of not having to pay for parking by leaving puglsey at the stadium car park. (as i write this we are in Budapest and we have still kept the streak going..although i haven't checked so there could be a clamp on it).