Casa Boyana Hotel

Address: Ivanitza Danchev St. 23, Sofia, 1616, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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      Boxing Day

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Dec 26, 2014

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      ... instructions are in Italian. The hot chocolate was only 50 stotinki (20p) each and was quite small, but delicious.

      At Sofia bus station I hoped the OK-Supertrans taxi desk would be open, but although it was only 8.30pm, it was closed. The opening hours listed there and in my guidebook claimed that it remained open until 10pm. I was hesitant to catch a taxi from outside the station without having gone through the ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... who is skipping it as Arsenal is playing; how rude, Peta Baby]. Mouse, get in the bus and sit down ie stop faffing about delaying things.

      Honey and hives were a natural combo roadside. Speed bumps through some of the small towns has the desired safety effect for the locals. It took 70M to do 31k on the country road. Did a bit of culling to pass the time when we hit the valley floor. We took E79 toward Sofia. So many drivers here have one hand on the steering wheel ...

      A Brief Flirt With Sofia

      A travel blog entry by cannesorbust on Aug 15, 2013

      7 photos

      ... guesthouse up the road. He took us to the tunnel museum and we got to go inside the actual tunnel. (To keep this short, I won't explain the tunnel, just google tunnel sarajevo). We also visited the olympic bobsled track that was later used by snipers during the siege of Sarajevo, and the road in central Sarajevo known as "sniper alley". (Again, use google) Haris was something else. It was easily 105 out. He was in a short sleeve button down and long pants. I asked him why ...

      Journey to Bulgaria

      A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Feb 09, 2013

      3 comments, 43 photos

      The second of our consecutive weekend destinations was Sofia, Bulgaria, which we visited to see a part of Europe we hadn't yet experienced (the eastern part) and to keep a promise I had made to three friends several years prior. Again, our time in this region was brief, but it was jam-packed with activities, which my friend Iva had personally seen to, having made a detailed weekend itinerary for us.

      We were greeted at the airport by Iva and Aneta, two of my ...

      Sofia explained

      A travel blog entry by peyton on May 11, 2012

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      ... settled by the Thracians because it was a major crossroads in trade routes between Western Europe and Constantinople. Hence its hard knocks from Romans, Bulgars, Byzantines, Turks, Germans, Russians -- even the Hapsburgs took a shot at it, but were repulsed. *A red communist star used to top the Stalinesque party headquarters, but was lifted off by helicopter when the communist government gave up its monopoly in 1990, and ended up in a dump behind the public baths. Years ...