Veny Rooms Hostel

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


A travel blog entry by valaryr on Feb 10, 2015

2 comments, 31 photos

... tired from sleeping on the plane the previous night, so we both fell asleep without much trouble. Nobody else seemed to concerned with sleeping, and we made a ton of stops throughout the trip. After about 1 hour we stopped for the first smoking break, and the second came about an hour later.

Three hours into the trip, we reached the border between Turkey and Bulgaria. Leaving Turkey was super easy—we blew right ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

7 photos

... trees occasionally was interrupted by the white of birch trees. Amazed at the drivers who will pass on pretty much blind curves. My ears finally popped. Their winter maintenance is sand taken from what amounts to small, open-ended hangars.

The little town of Gradeus demonstated the various building materials: stucco, red brick and concrete and mortar. Pansy Madame Hat and Babooshka both put on sweaters

Picked up a new road leaving Simitli, a fisherman ...

The Bosphorus Expense

A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 21, 2014

13 photos

... wave to Karoline over the heads of the crowd who had engulfed us as we got off the train before she was gone, and I was left on my own again in an unfamiliar place. Saddened by the loss of my new friend, I hobbled over to buy a ticket to Budapest and within half an hour was heading even further north, now two days into my journey on land. I was tired, hadn't showered in three days and was more than a little lonely, but I was powerless to stop the smile appear across my ...

A Brief Flirt With Sofia

A travel blog entry by cannesorbust on Aug 15, 2013

7 photos

... everywhere. But two tram stops away it was all orthodox Catholics and completely different. It was hard to find alcohol in the Turkish quarter at the cafes, which had nothing to do with ramadan, but the shisha and tea and coffee were abundant...but you'd be the only one enjoying it if you were in the cafes before sunset. Quick story: As soon as I arrived my first day, Hannah, a girl who worked at my hostel, took me up a hill near the outskirts of town to show me something. ...

Day 5: Belgrade to Sofia

A travel blog entry by akadhikari on Mar 27, 2013

7 comments, 5 photos

... the weather is due to 'man made climate change'. There are however sceptics. I for one believe that climate change may be a cyclic event, however humans have definitely contributed towards its acceleration. Shouldn't it be is our common responsibility to contribute towards finding alternative sustainable energy resources, cut carbon emission, reduce green house gases and reverse the trend of massive deforestation taking place in the developing world. ...