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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Anel Sofia
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... the history of the city starting with the original founding by the Thracians six thousand years ago, to invasions by the Romans, Ottomans, Byzantines, adoption of communism and the slow road to democracy. The Thracians arrived from Northern Greece bringing wine production and farming, worshiping the Greek pagan God's with Dionysus as their patron deity.
Our first stop is the Sveta Nedelya Cathedral. Originally a wooden church, after burning down twice it was rebuilt ...
... The park is mostly used by pre-teens as a skate park. I enjoyed watching the kids do ollies on their skateboards under the watchful eyes of the Socialists, who in turn were under the Golden Arches of macdonalds, though only the children seemed most suited to this cityscape. Despite the apparent lack of wealth of Sofia, there seemed to be quite a bit of anarchist or communist graffiti around. Again, my knowledge of any European history really is minimal at ...
... you will be staying in and all other negative thoughts will vanish. I could say its has a feeling of being very homey. I could stay there for a long period. The drinks in the fridge are also complimentary, including the local beer.
Another best thing is the restaurant. Its very classy and it has the best buffet breakfast spread for 3euro! Staffs are nice ...
... During the war, an 800m long tunnel about 1m wide, was built for soldiers and civilians to use to hide while they attempted to escape into free Bosnian territory. It was out of sight from the snipers and artillery and therefore saved hundreds of thousands of lives. It took 4 months to build but unfortunately most of it eventually collapsed and only 20m of it remains. We got to enter the tunnel and walk the short distance to the other side to experience what people ...
... we spoke Spanish as well and since her son with his family lives in Spain she decided to call her nephew and ask him if he could translate a few sentences for us from Bulgarian to Spanish. It was really funny because she just passed me her cell phone without saying me anything and I just thought I was talking to somebody from the monastery who speaks Spanish and he will be willing to tell us something about the traditional costumes we could see in the museum. After 3 minutes ...