Casa Boyana Hotel

Ivanitza Danchev St. 23, Sofia, 1616, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Bulgaria - Sofia & Rila Monastery

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... Church. Since the St. Sofia Church doesn't have a tower they had to hang the bell on the nearby tree to be able to ring it.

The most iconic construction in Sofia is called Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. It's the second largest Orthodox church in Balkan (after St. Sava Temple).

Our next stop was in front of the Bulgarian Academy of Science where our guide told us a little bit more detailed information about the Cyrillic alphabet that is actually in use ...

Sofia...well, at least the name is beautiful

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad

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... but 10 pm on a Thursday night should see some places open...surely. We eventually stumbled across a little bar called Vibe, which it had none of since there was no one in there. But it was somewhere to get a drink and there was good music playing. Vlad got a sticky finger and Ivan wanted one too, but he already had 2 B52's, so Vlad told him 'don't be greedy'. After several rounds if shooters and Long Island Iced Tea we left ...

Some things never change.

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust

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... live in conditions that would be unbearable if you suddenly found yourself having to endure them. Millions of Roma, right throughout Eastern Europe, live like this and know no other way of life. The Trussell Trust works with other organisations in a small but growing way to support projects that will bring an improvement in the qaulity of life for Roma people. Hopefully an increasing number of young Roma people will be able to escape a life of grinding deprivation through ...

History, show tunes and a quicky

A travel blog entry by peyton

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... goeen nahwheer jos forsho. Outside in the courtyard, people are sipping coffee and Fanta and kids are playing in the dry fountain and on playground equipment next to the plastic facade of a faux fortification, compliments of Nestlé, emblazoned with a sign that reads 'Quickyland.' Later, I hike through the streets surrounding the Ladies Market, taking my last photos of Sofia: Piebald early 20th-c. buildings on chestnut- and linden-lined streets, ...

The end of Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by luciferm

... drive was just torture.

The Croatians were so so, neither nor. Don't remember speaking to an unfriendly person, but I spoke to very few in Croatia. Many nice people there, but perhaps I don't have such a positive feeling towards the Croats as I do towards the Bosnians because I expected the Croats to be nice. Romanians, yes again, nice people. Don't remember any unnice people and a couple of guys spoke to me in very good English as I was having breakfast in ...

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