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TravelPod Member ReviewsCentral Forum Hotel Sofia
Very nice hotel, good location, and very good servises! The brekfast is good. they have a very good restaurant in the hotel! The rooms are good, i prefered a luxury apartment!
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... of Sveti Nikoli Russian church was buried in the crypt of the church. People come to write down their wishes (like passing their bar exam) and place it in a box. Sandy, mom, and I went in and I wrote a note to put in the box. We'll see if it comes true! 3. During WW II, the Russians were in the side of the Germans. However, when it came time to deport the 49,000 Bulgarian Jews, all the politicians, King & Queen, priests, and people rose up ...
... of the guard outside the President's Building again, but never mind; I knew I'd get more chances the next day. On my return, I sat up in bed with a tub of vegetable and mayo mixture and a cheesy bread I'd bought at the airport earlier, which turned out to have vegetables and chopped-up pieces of frankfurter inside. I read the rest of 'Travels in England in 1782', by Karl Philipp Moritz, on my Kindle. He went to London, Windsor, Oxford and Derbyshire - ...
... apartment. We even had our own spa and sauna in the room !!! It was 45 Euro (A$55).
Had dinner in a pizza cafe which are very popular in Bulgaria. Chicken kebab and pizza and drink for about A$4 (for all of us!).
The food here is excellent. Shareen especially loves the fact that they put chips into the doner kebab.
Accommodation: Hotel Maxim 45 Euros
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... arrived at the airport in time. Flight without stories. Landing in Sofia (14:30), THE plan was originally to meet with Kamelia's brother, he feed me, then put me in a bus (16:30) and go to Lozenets (24:00). The updated plan is now, the brother of a friend of Kamelia meet me at the ...
... unemployment is that you tend to get great service; the woman dropping your rental car off might be an educated economist, the man serving your dinner might have an engineering degree.
The big difference between the two countries is subtle but still apparent to the casually interested observer: Bulgaria seems several degrees ahead of Romania in its transition from its communism days. Bulgaria has better infrastructure; many of its villages have running water, ...