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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... the Russian Tsar who liberated Bulgaria from Ottoman rule in the late 19th century. There is just so much recent history in this part of the world that I don't know enough about, really got step up my game in that area.
Eventually, it gets to be the evening, time flies when you are exploring a new city, and I make my way back to Vitosha to find a new place to eat. There are dozens of restaurants with outdoor seating which is ...
... playing chess, women dancing a traditional dance, groups of young people drinking beer and couples eating ice cream or gelato. I just sat on an open park bench and enjoyed the activity.
Sofia is a very pretty city in the foothills of the Vitosha mountains. Since Sunday was beautiful day, I could see the snow- capped mountains from every view. I'm thinking a tour of the mountains and the countryside might be my next tour on a future trip to Bulgaria. ...
... I purchased in Rome wasn't accepted), then purchased a phone card from a woman who spoke NO English,.....then attempted to call the Apartment. I kept getting a (Bulgarians) recording,....so finally saw a young mid 20's guy, and asked if he spoke English. He did,....I then asked him to decipher the recording. "NUMBER NOT IN WORKING ORDER". What the HECK!
Now I'm thinking OMG,....have I been scammed via Expedia? Does this place even exist? ...
... all moved on.
... Mat's slutty younger sister. I sip a Bulgarian lager and enjoy a bowl of chilled yogurt soup with diced cucumber and radish at an outdoor table in a park off the National Opera House square. The park holds an eclectic array of modern sculptures as seems common in this part of the world. The afternoon slips by as I follow streets at random, attracted by yet another park or interesting architecture and when I approach the hotel again from the rear, I find the brick dome ...