Harmony Bankya

Address: Lafonten Street 20, Bankya, Sofia Region, 1320, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Lafonten Street 20, Bankya.
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Travel Blogs from Bankya

Sign Language & Interpretive Dance

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Aug 24, 2015

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Well! First, I get lost taking the bus to the central bus station of Sofia! I get on the bus at 5.50am with instructions to get off at the last stop, approximately 20 mins away....after 25...then 30mins, I'm concerned.....especially when I see the statute and supermarket we had passed 15mins before that! Yep, the bus had turned around! In my previous experiences, when a bus reaches their last stop, everyone gets off and the bus stops for 5mins or so. This ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Aug 05, 2013

5 photos

... I changed my traditional belief that the hot
summer would be a bad time to visit Central Asia. I decided to postpone
my trip to Ethiopia until afterwards.

I'd made this decision while visiting my beloved small town
called Rymarov, in the eastern Czech Republic. I'd come here with
great relief from big and impersonal Prague. I'd been calling it "my
second home" since teaching high school here eight ...

Serbia and Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by rloc on Sep 12, 2012

1 comment, 8 photos

... fifties!! I don't know why ;-)
We left Hungary and entered Bulgaria. Hungary have got beautiful views with mountains. After crossing the border to Bulgaria we stopped for filling up petrol. We were stunned approaching the counter in the gas station. Just besides the counter there was a fully equipped bar serving drinks......It appeared to us like ...

Sofia to Pazardzhik

A travel blog entry by mattbuckland on Jun 20, 2011

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... we met a local cycling the opposite direction. After a brief chat, he turned around and led us towards a hotel. When locals recommend a place to stay, you never quite know what it’s going to be like. But this guy was unbelievably helpful as he not only took time out of his day to show us into a town, but made sure the hotel gave us the proper (non-tourist) rate and drew us a map of where to go for ...

Falling in Love on the Road

A travel blog entry by fatduck on Oct 17, 2006

14 photos

Hostel Mostel really has it figured out. The organisation of their space is genius. There is a kitchen for cooking, but the brilliance is how they create community. Their breakfasts are good and that brings people to the common room. There are three tables, seating twelve, and then two loveseats for two more. Fellow travellers have an occasion to meet each other. Mostel offers a pasta dinner too, and a free beer. On top of that, they have two computers ...