Club Vladaya

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

Create Culinary Masterpieces With These Cooking Tips

A travel blog entry by priced724k344 on Jan 15, 15

... lower-calorie mashed potatoes, add some cooked cauliflower to your tubers. Since cauliflower is bland, it will mix right in with the potatoes along with the other ingredients. At the same time, cauliflowers mash into the same color and texture as potatoes, giving you a fail-proof way to add vegetables and subtract calories from a classic mashed potato dish.

Burgers cooked on the grill are delicious; however, many times ...

TWO BULGARIAN GEMS

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

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... spot for Daniela. Said I would make it short and sweet [like her]. Said it was a thankless job but things operated well. She was a good shepherdess, whether she thought we were her sheep or children. I'll remember her smile and her loud voice. During Daneila's reply, the Posh Noshers plus Red and the Mouse looked down, stone faced; they were her biggest critics. Daniela asked about highlights. Philip II's tomb at Vergina stood out for many. Janice did not like the rough ...

Sofia...well, at least the name is beautiful

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Aug 30, 2013

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... got to Sofia, and its not a place to travel half way around the world to visit. It's ugly, grey and drab, but its reputed to have great nightlife. After lunch at "happy's", a Bulgarian chain restaurant, we went about seeing what little there is to see in Sofia. There were a couple of big buildings, a largish church and some statues. Same old same old. Ivan did mount the Bulgarian lion which kept us a little bit amused. There ...

A Brief Flirt With Sofia

A travel blog entry by cannesorbust on Aug 15, 2013

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... all night. The beer was flowing like wine. It was a blast. I made friends with a couple of guys, one of which I met back in Split, and we took off for Belgrade via minibus. Belgrade. The ride to Belgrade was wild. Crazy drivers. Small roads. I shut my eyes as much as possible. Pretty much uneventful otherwise, but one thing stuck out. The driver, perfect english, said he'd been to all 50 states and all of Canada, skied in Aspen a lot, allegedly. Anyways...once we left ...

Journey to Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Feb 09, 2013

3 comments, 43 photos

... I'm told they can become violent if they are hungry enough. But, really, can't we all? The merest sight of one of these dogs made Jaclyn sad, but all I could think of was that "large packs of roaming dogs" outtake from the end of Talladega Nights.

Anyway, our tour started in front of the Palace of Justice and zig-zagged around the city, led by our tour guide Petya. We passed the St. Sofia Statue (which was erected to replace the Lenin statue that stood until ...

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