Bulgari Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBulgari Boutique Hotel Sofia
Our family of 6 have been pleasantly surprised by the service and willingness to assist all our our needs. We will be back!
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... almost juicy centre. Delicious! Our food adventures then continued because we carried on to the fruit and veg market and discovered an ice cream stand with piles of whipped-up, tasty-looking ice cream in flavours we'd mostly not come across before. I got chocolate, Kate melon and Andrew frozen strawberry yoghurt.
Straight after the market we came to a square with Sveti Sedmochislenitsi church on one side. We ...
... lovely. We walked,....rested,.....and enjoyed the scenery, and the beautiful fall weather.
Finally, we headed back toward town. We stopped off at another cute outdoor cafe, and had the most delicious, chocolate and raspberry pie, iced ever tasted,.....chased with a cup of Bulgarian coffe. Ahhhhh,.....Heaven!
From there, we made our way back to the metro, and eventually back to the Train Station. We located a conductor, ...
... famous Viennese theatre architects Hermann Helmer and Ferdinand Fellner, was finished in 1906 and opened on 3 January 1907. The building was extensively damaged by a fire in 1923 during an ...
... know. Spoilt. I feel a bit of a rock star. Every day a different plane a different country. But also I feel the unsettledness! I'm really looking forward to that feeling of familiarity when I get back.
Sofia, I had been warned might be a little dull. But it has a really great vibe! From the moment we arrived last night - we liked it. We had booked a private transfer from the airport so got to the hostel in no time. The hostel is supercool chilled and laid back and is ...
Today we explored Sofia city. We took a taxi into town - unbelievably cheap, around $2. Iona took us to see the big Alexsander Nevski church, which is beautiful. Today was some sort of religious day, so all the churches around the city were especially busy.
We had a delicious lunch in a trendy cafe bar in town. James had a soup, pasta, and a cocktail, I had a huge salad and two cocktails - and it was so cheap! I love ...