Garden Flat

60, Luben Karavelov str., Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Bulgarian pitstop

A travel blog entry by jamboree

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What was great: The hostel, getting our Iranian visas, the post walking tour drinks
What was not great: Annoying people at the train station, too much time spent doing practical ...

The Kindness of Strangers Got Us Through Today

A travel blog entry by europeinajar

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... did a lot. It was so bad that every time he put his arm up we had to hold or breath or put our blankets over our nose to mask the smell. I even took out my perfume severl times, sprayed behind his seat and gave the girls and myslef perfume to dab under our noses (see below). Six hours later we made it to Sofia, Bulgaria and were so thankful for the fresh(ish) air. We had no idea where our hotel was that we had booked and had not mapped it since we didn't know where our bus ...

Sleeping in Sofia

A travel blog entry by katevoss

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Thursday 7th June

This morning woke up early to get the 8.30am bus from Skopje to Sofia. The bus ride took 5 or so hours during which time I slept, ate my breakfast pizza slice, attempted some blogging which failed, and listening to the Bulgarian radio. We arrived in Sofia around 2pm and as I was feeling extra lazy I took a cab to the hostel from ...

An Epic Couchsurfing Meeting in Bulgaria's Capital

A travel blog entry by jeffwright

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... 8217;s capital is relatively small, but has a lot of color and eclectic architecture. We went to the city gallery, a few of the oldest churches in town, a bookstore, and a bakery to pick up some pastries for a snack. We ate a toasted pastry filled with leeks, and I bought some baklava to take home for dessert.

After lunch we went to a restaurant to have some drinks with Zlati and a few of his friends from high school. According to Rada, this is one of many ...

Breakfast in Sofia, Dinner in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by jportelance

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... leave behind. Maybe I'll fly with these people more often! No wait...they charge for water on the plane, nevermind. Anyhow, they finally let her on with her 4 carry-ons, don't know if she paid more or not. An hour and a half later, we land in Istanbul.

More language barrier problems. Our driver knows exactly 1 word in English, "hello". So we have an interesting time during the hour drive across Istanbul...he's trying to talk to me in Turkish and I'm trying ...

 

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