Apartment House Bulgaria

16 Nevestina Skala St, Sofia, 1680, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Красно село area of Sofia, is near Central Sofia Synagogue (Tsentralna Sofiiska Sinagoga), Soviet Army Monument, Monument to the Unknown Warrior, and The Bells ("Kambanite").
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Day 45: Rain Day

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jun 17, 2014

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... internet. The process was literally: Enter passport info > pay with credit card > visa emailed immediately via pdf.

The flight was a short 2 hrs. We were both very impressed with the Ataturk Int'l airport. We were bused from the terminal where we landed to the main terminal building for passport check. I went through without ever being asked for my Visa that I had just purchased too. But others were checked so I guess it ...

Eastern travels

A travel blog entry by quinitch on Nov 05, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... a second round of passport stamping in the late afternoon and after ruminating on that confusion, I finally figured it out and enjoyed a round of good-natured forehead slapping.

I had only 24 hours in Belgrade and spent the first 9 asleep but I had a wonderful day walking out about the waterfront and then back through some of the pedestrian shopping areas and up through an old fort/castle area. I was sipping a juice in a waterside restaurant when the waitress ...

Sofia Sojourn

A travel blog entry by choyt1427 on Jul 15, 2013

3 comments, 29 photos

... before. While it would have been way more fun if we had been there at the same time, it was still fun to talk about places and know that someone actually knew what I was talking about. After our call I attempted to hit the gym, but that turned out to be the hotel's one downfall. Deep in the basement, with equipment almost as old as the hotel itself, I didn't waste my time. Instead, I did a test run walk to my info session venue, and took another walk ...

City of Wisdom & Culture

A travel blog entry by seangmandell on Sep 11, 2012

110 photos

... the plights of the Soviet/Bulgarian people.

The reliefs depicted the work ethic of Soviet nationalists rising up in industry and brothers-in-arm as means of a unified military. The political social commentary of the statues was amazing - graffiti artists had intentionally painted different parts of the statues in the whites, greens, and reds of the national Bulgarian flag.

Urban political protests and poets suggested that the ...

Sofia without a clue

A travel blog entry by peyton on May 10, 2012

47 photos

... shop operated out of a small car, a man is replacing a tire on an old woman's wheelchair. Stray dogs sleep in the sun on the sidewalks. Navigating back to the main street near the hotel, I pass the former state department store, now a mall of upmarket shops, and the gleaming giant St. Sofia , who replaced a statue of Lenin In 2000. She's tall and buxom and in spite of the owl on her shoulder and the wreath in her hand, doesn't look very saintly at all. More like the ...