Bankya Palace

Varna Blvd No 7, Bankya, Sofia Region, Bulgaria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Varna Blvd No 7, Bankya, is near Sofia University Saint Kliment Ohidski and Parliament.
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    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... did not need in view of the main] and an Astika beer, 600 ml [probably a 100 ml of which I did not need]. Sat with X and Y, safaris a staple of the conversation [20].

    Daniela also mentioned just a day bag for the monastery as there are no stairs; no problem. Suggested to her more diverse by nationality groups are the best for me.

    Walked back for some computer time, blog finalization, etc. The packing can wait until the morning. Bagged out before 2300.


    Panichishte Hotel village: Muddy nature

    A travel blog entry by elohim on May 03, 2014

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    ... No discount when staying many nights though. For booking we needed a native speaker to call (e-mail not found).
    Nice walk down to Sapareva Banya, takes a little more than 2 hrs. Walking up to the lift station that brings you to the seven lakes takes 1h20.

    Razboishte monastery of the Blessed Virgin

    A travel blog entry by ognyan.stoyanov on Aug 19, 2012

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    ... to a small clearing. Monastery has build in XVI c., but niche where is church was used for prayers from XII c. In church still have a few preserved frescoes, but most are destroyed in beginning of 20 c., when church is painting in white.
    Monastery is 23 km. from Gorech along other churches and ...

    So many roads

    A travel blog entry by trusselltrust on Dec 05, 2011

    ... and communities in Europe.

    Extreme poverty is a big problem here. The Roma ghetto's provide rich pikings for criminals bent on getting rich through the exploitation of the most vulnerable and orphanages, of which there are many here, are another source of profit. Tens of thousands of people are trafficked, sold, pimped and coereced into all kinds of criminality in a society that still suffers from the terrible ...

    The end of Eastern Europe

    A travel blog entry by luciferm on Nov 01, 2011

    ... and Central Turkey - and there's not a colossal amount to see over there and beyond. Even in Greece I can look forward to good weather and on the south Iranian coast too. Looks like I'll be cold for another 3 weeks from mid-November until about the first week in December and then just be surrounded in beautiful weather until the end of the trip. It's really astounding how lucky I've been with weather since I seem to be waking up with sunlight almost every single ...