Arda Hotel

Address: Sunny Beach, Burgas, 8240, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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      Sofia.....mostly, the railway station.

      A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 21, 2014

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      ... we walked towards the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sophia's most iconic attraction, and went inside. It was beautiful inside, a large space - no pews or seats in Orthodox churches - with walls and ceilings covered in frescoes and dozens of candles lit all around, which cheered Squirt up, who was a little fed up with Sofia and a little fed up with being cold. Walking back from the cathedral towards the hostel, we came across a German ...

      Veliko Tărnovo

      A travel blog entry by alyssamyc on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... modern Egyptian style art. The city is wonderful - from the old centre you can get glimpses down at the newer city at every street. Veliko was a cultural capital during the Middle Ages, and they have found traces of human settlements here beginning in 3000 BC. We planned to take a train to Plovdiv, but the guy working at the hostel told us the train tracks were under renovation, so we decided to take a bus instead. It was another early day as the bus left at 8am from the ...

      Veliko Tarnovo - what a wonderful place!

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Sep 08, 2014

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      I've arrived and been settled into my new flat. The journey was smooth, just over three hours, and the scenery was fantastic - for a decent proportion of the time, I could see forested mountains disappearing into the distance far as I could see. It reminded me of the mountains surrounding Mindo in Ecuador, though with trees suited to a more temperate climate rather than with rainforest.

      I can't believe what a spectacular view I have of the hills opposite. These are ...

      First holiday without my parents...gulp

      A travel blog entry by martinbarker90 on May 30, 2014

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      ... they managed to get in a fight during a gig

      Watching my friend get hosed down to move him on from his drunken slumber

      And taking my friends on a 1 hour detour one day to try and find a pizza place i swore and hyped up was the best i had ever tried the night before, only to realise that when tasting it during the day the alcohol had contributed greatly to my opinion of the pizza...it turned out to be one of the worst we had all ever eaten!
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      Is that a UFO? Exploring a communist past

      A travel blog entry by clairebrenton on May 09, 2014

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      ... stop us exploring inside until we got too creeped out.
      Inside it was falling to bits and you could see how this 'temple to communism' was built with little but covered in millions. Marble was still covering thd walls and red velvet covered parts of the ceiling, upstairs there were the crumbling mosaic faces of Marx and Lenin. Inside the control room the panel boards remained but no cables visable.
      With ...