Garden Flat

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

Travel Apathy

A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Apr 16, 2015

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... in the hostel for the entire week, though that was partly due to the language barrier. Even slightly recharged, arriving here I haven't been all that social. Until breakfast this morning I haven't put myself out there to even say hi to the person sitting next to me, simply because I haven't had the energy to do so.

This is why, when everyone talks about how amazing Istanbul was, I sort of shrug my shoulders and give a non-committal response. It was amazing, it ...

My Last Days in Sofia

A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 18, 2014

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... win just to go into overtime, yet the score was 0:0 with seconds left in the game. Then a substitute got the ball from a deflection outside of the penalty box, and ever so effortlessly blasted it into the back of the Romanian net. Ludogorets survived with seconds to spare and took the game into overtime. 3 minutes left into that, with penalty shots looming, the Ludogorets goalie fouled a Romanian player who had outrun our defense. The foul took away an almost certain goal from ...

Synagogue, Churches, Mosque, Ethnology Museum

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 11, 2013

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... Alex cathedral is supposed to be a crypt. I went down and there was an art museum. I didnt want to pay to go in as I just went to another religous art museum today and it seemed the same

There were still lots of police trucks around the church for the Presidential palace beside. I now wanted to go across to ...

Peter and Kevin do Sofia

A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 24, 2013

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... 8220;We Bulgarians love to express our feelings, whether it is for love or something else!” I think she even winked once.

During a relaxing lunch after the tour, Kevin and I noticed that it was becoming more difficult to purchase Bulgarian yoghurt – almost as if they were trying to keep it away from foreigners, further adding to my theory that Bulgarian yoghurt contains a special bacteria that can keep you alive forever. When we asked for ...

Sofia explained

A travel blog entry by peyton on May 11, 2012

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... here in Bulgaria for her third visit. Filip, originally from Skopje, Macedonia, has lived in Sofia for six years and is going for his masters degree in interior design. He and other volunteers lead these tours 365 days a year. We follow him to St. Nedelya which he explains means St. Sunday in Bulgarian. He tells the story of the 1924 bombing. The communist terrorists first killed a general, knowing that his funeral would be held here and attended by King Boris. They managed to ...