Bankya Palace

Address: ul.Varna No 7, Bankya, Sofia Region, 1320, Bulgaria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on ul.Varna No 7, Bankya, is near Sofia University Saint Kliment Ohidski and Parliament.
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        Travel Blogs from Bankya

        Communist Day

        A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Aug 15, 2015

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        ... He told the story of a famous Bulgarian (journalist/poet?) who defected to London and began working with western media causing considerable embarrassment to his former rulers. He was assassinated by the poisoned tip of an umbrella and died on the same day as the Communist leaders birthday, some say as a birthday present. As he was dying he talked a red umbrella.

        We learnt about the department store that influential people and expats could buy western ...

        Mount Vitosha

        A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jul 05, 2015

        26 photos

        ... it reminded me of our view of Quito from the top of Pichincha Volcano.

        The cable car didn't take us all the way to the top of any of the peaks (there were at least three peaks of the mountains), but where it dropped us off was lovely, so we didn't feel the need to continue further - we just fancied a lovely stroll around, rather than an extremely strenuous hike in the manner of our Ben Nevis and Cotopaxi Volcano ascents. ...


        A travel blog entry by kristine258 on Oct 05, 2014

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        Hi all, I'm so sorry that I didn't email earlier. I'm new to blogging, and for some reason thought that I could get internet service on the train. No luck. Well, this tip has been quite an adventure and an education so far. I just loved Sofia. Deb & I decided to take the overnight train to Belgrade Serbia for the next leg of our journey. So we took the metro 1 stop to the train station to buy couchette tickets. Then we ...

        Day 38

        A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Sep 07, 2014

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        ... We decide to put Logan's Sandfly collar on . It lasts for 3 months, and stops Sandfly, Mosquitos and Ticks. Bog squad decided to dig a hole to empty the toilet in the morning. That done we move indoors as the flies are still buzzing. Chef creates an 'all in' goulash, making enough for 2 days. After tea there is a lovely sunset over the mountains and as the light goes a lot if starlings arrive to roost in the very tall bulrushes, they are chattering and squabbling for quite a ...

        Parks and Churches

        A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Aug 27, 2013

        13 photos

        ... they look so run down because it is really dry here. Also, they use push lawn mowers for the upkeep, so clearly it takes forever to accomplish anything. Apparently Bulgaria is the poorest country in Europe, and at times this is really evident. I hung out in a few of the parks and read and people watched.

        Not much else to report about Sofia. I was in and out pretty quickly, but I would return to this city given the ...