Veny Rooms Hostel

107 Samuil Street, Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

SOFT ON SOFIA

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 02, 2014

... off, did more Blurb blurbs, almost getting done.

Entry into Bulgaria was fine. Went through passport control and got it stamped without any further questions. Bag came along fairly quickly. Exchanged $200 Cdn for 224 Bulgarian lev and organized a taxi, too tired to worry about a possibly cheaper van option at the other terminal [17]. The driver hit 127kph at one stretch. He spoke pretty good English.

To the Hotel Budapest. Brekkie ...

The Other Meaning Of Sofia

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour on Sep 06, 2013

8 photos

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Martin, our goofy tour guide, was a cross between Gru from Despicable Me and my younger brother, Joshua. Martin turned out to be our favorite character in Sofia. He's obsessed with history and could make even the chronicle of the metro system as compelling as Charlie Sheen's future auto-biography. During our tour, we stopped by the Square of Tolerance in the city center where a mosque, a Catholic cathedral, an orthodox church, and a synagogue reside within a ...

Bulgaria - Sofia & Rila Monastery

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 04, 2013

59 photos

... We got to the hostel quite late so we decided to wait for dinner and went out later. Unluckily we forgot to change the time zone on some of our devices so when came to the common room desperately asking for our plate of pasta, the guy told us (smiling) it had ended like 10 minutes ago (we thought it was 19.00 and in fact it was 20.00). Damn! Hence, we had to go to the supermarket and buy stuff. In the end we made a tasty tuna salad so it wasn´t such a bad thing what happened ...

Some things never change.

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust on Dec 21, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... 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 ...

Oldies

A travel blog entry by kazohira on Jun 11, 2012

... 12289; いろいろと ;ゆっくりઽ 7;いて見回{ 87;た。♪ 全体的に綺 ;麗で、 おじいちゃ ;ん達がチӝ 5;スしてた| 26;、 子供ようの ;公園があӖ ...