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6 Prof. Georgy Bradistilov Str., Sofia, Bulgaria | Hotel

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The Bosphorus Expense

A travel blog entry by benstevens


... asked her where the train was. "Actually you have to catch a bus for the first leg of the journey, then transfer to the train at the border". This was slightly disappointing to be honest, as I'd had grand visions of jumping onto a moving train which, though not particularly safe, would have ticked off another item on my already rapidly diminishing bucket list. The idea of jumping onto a moving bus somehow didn't seem as romantic.
"OK, fine. So where is the bus?"
"Oh ...

Coincidence central - sofia, bulgaria

A travel blog entry by simonandtally


... After 11hours on a very strange train journey we arrived in Sofia! Immediately we found another Simon that was our age, a traveller and going to the same hostel we were aiming for...standard. you can't make this stuff up seriously! After a lazy day we decided to go out for something sweet as a treat as today the 18th September is our 2 year anniversary! God, time flies hey! But look how much we have done in that time though! Soppy soppy but love you to ...

Heading west

A travel blog entry by alister.bland


... 7am though we got going. Still no computer system, just a stamp in the passports. Not sure why this couldn't have been done at midnight so we didn't have to wait!!!!
But disaster struck again. Hit a car, or a car hit us, coming into Sofia. Another 2 hour delay. But no- one hurt so OK.
Finally arrived at 1 in the afternoon after leaving at 8.30 the previous night. A long bus ride!!!! But the upside was ...

Sofia, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by dadonatrain


... the night train to Beograd. By this time I had grown tired of Eastern European night trains, but what the heck. No other choice...

So I wandered around looking for some sights and found these two churches. As usual, interior shots don't work but exterior ones do.

I do not know what the first one is. I took it simply because it impressed me.

The larger one is the biggest, most important church ...

Belgrade to Sofia

A travel blog entry by worldmaddog


After a short stopover in Belgrade, we filed a new flight plan with Tower and got going for the hop to Sofia, capital of Bulgaria.
Runway 12 was still duty runway, got our SID and we were set to go...we were given an intersection departure off the long, slippery runway, and away we went.

We climbed to F270 this time, but were only in the cruise for 14nm.....we had ATC (Tower, Deps ...


This hotel, located in the Оборище area of Sofia, is near Nesseber Village, Alexander Nevski Church, Rila Monastery, and Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai).
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