Club Vladaya

Vladaya, Sofia, 1641, Bulgaria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Sofia (NO PROBLEM!!)

A travel blog entry by nat1198

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... played pool, and Dylan even played cards with a girl from Indonesia and a guy from Australia so his was a great experience for him to introduce him to new people from all over the world! The next day we did some sightseeing in the city, we visited Lady's market which was an experience in itself we also saw the changing of the guards outside the Presidency and enjoyed some time in a park where Dylan played chess with an old ...

Bulgaria - Sofia & Rila Monastery

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... we walked to the bus and train station since we needed to get some information about regular connections to Thessaloniki. It was quite a horror because people spoke almost no English and everybody was sending us to the information desk and a lady from the information desk was sending us to the offices operated by different companies. It was like a dream! After 30 minutes we were done with buses and we decided to move to the train station. It was even worse…people ...

Happy Auntie!

A travel blog entry by nadyapb

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... story of his own at the same time. Not too long after, Yulia came home with Sami, whom she'd picked up from kindergarten on her way back from work. He was shy, too, for about the same amount of time as his sister, and after they ate, we opened up their presents. I couldn't bring as much as I'd hoped with the stingy airline luggage limits, but I managed to sneak in a collapsible tunnel that they ...

Playing it safe

A travel blog entry by peyton

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... through, he feels obligated to try. Lunch and a cold beer at the Grand Cafe of the Grand Hotel Sofia is grand and filling and with the weak excuse of dark clouds and the threat of afternoon showers, I slink back to read in my room until the sun comes out again around 5 and spoils it. Bulgaria backed the wrong horse in WWI leaving it ostracized by the Great Powers and isolated from the rest of Europe. When Hitler came to power, King ...

The end of Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by luciferm

... met all of them that day. I'm delighted I broke down there and not in any neighbouring countries, with the possible exception of Serbia whose country I didn't visit due to the cost of a Green Card. Really just magic. And if those people can be as nice as that after what they went through as recently as 16 years ago, it puts not only the Hungarians, Czechs and Bulgarians to shame, but also a lot of Western Europeans. I really hope that one day I can think, feel and act ...

 

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