Holiday Village Diplomat

Address: blvd Nikola Petkov N. 51, Sofia, 1614, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Овча купел area of Sofia, is near Central Sofia Synagogue (Tsentralna Sofiiska Sinagoga), The Bells ("Kambanite"), Soviet Army Monument, and Monument to the Unknown Warrior.
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    Boxing Day

    A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Dec 26, 2014

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    We spent most of the day in Veliko Tarnovo, lying in, eating Christmas dinner leftovers for lunch and doing some shopping. I bought myself a lovely real leather handbag and a beautiful, colourful handpainted icon of St George & the Dragon. The latter was something I'd been thinking of buying for myself ever since I arrived in Bulgaria (St George is popular here, so his image often appears in icons). The shop was small, ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... don't let the tale wag the dog. Back to the Hadjidraganoite Kashti again. Near disaster with The ***** sitting kitty corner but Red and the Mouse subbed nicely. Stern Sue [who has eased up], Janice and the BS made for a nice table. Red was nearly apopletic the drinks' order had not been taken; relax! Had a 600ml Astika beer and djulbaitis [I think], a pork dish with red peppers, mushrooms and taters.

    After drinks arrived, James thanked Esa for his driving while I ...

    A Brief Flirt With Sofia

    A travel blog entry by cannesorbust on Aug 15, 2013

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    ... mature interesting people who like to travel. Beers are had, food is cooked, and friends are made. It's not all about the hostel, that's not where you spend the majority of your time. I've met a lot of people out and about in the cities as well. But after 6 weeks on the road, I know it's vital to have a clean quiet place to go back to where I know the showers are hot and will likely have a common area to have a beer with someone interesting. I can also say that after 6 weeks ...

    Journey to Bulgaria

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

    3 comments, 43 photos

    ... it. After recovering (and working up a suitable appetite), we went to Mehana, a restaurant specializing in authentic Bulgarian dishes. Here, performers sang and danced to traditional music while patrons sampled food that was typical of the country (and might seem a little strange to those outside of it). With dishes involving everything from liver, to hearts, to brains, there was very little of any animal that went unprepared. Did I try a little of everything? Oh, ...

    Sofia without a clue

    A travel blog entry by peyton on May 10, 2012

    47 photos

    ... and the shady side of the streets are the busiest. The first park I come to is dominated by an unfortunate piece of much-graffitied sculpture consisting of what looks like a metal scaffolding with brutal, scabby concrete humanoids clinging to it like aliens abandoning ship.  Very nice if you like that sort of thing.  I later learn that it's a tribute to Bulgaria's liberation by the Russian army. A snow-capped peak, Vitosha,  is the backdrop to an enormous civic structure ...