Address: 1 Liditse St, Sofia, 1113, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Слатина area of Sofia, is near Nesseber Village, Vitosha Mountain, Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai), and 1300th Anniversary Monument.
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      Pilot Strike

      A travel blog entry by kristine258 on Oct 21, 2014

      I confirmed my flight 24 hours in advance. But this morning, when checking into Lufthansa, with my confirmation email, I learned of the pilots' strike today. Timing is everything! Lufthansa has rerouted me with only a 2 hour delay. I'm waiting to board my new flight aboard British Airways, flight 891 to Heathrow airport at 1430. I arrive in London at 1555, then depart from the same terminal at1700, bound for Boston. Never a dull moment! With luck, I'll be home at 1910, local time ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... mosaics on the church were in very good condiiton ie recently repainted.

      We went to the museum first. It was my favourite venue. There are some details on the life of St John of Rila, called Ioan Risski. The place is full of gifts given to the monastery over the years, especially from Russia. A quote I liked about the first hermit was as follows: 'In the bosom of the mountain where the sky was his roof, the ground was his bed, the herbs were his food, the Rila ...

      Bulgaria - Sofia

      A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Mar 27, 2014

      ... way to Moscow. We slept on and off, the train was so slow only a handful of people were going international. A group of 3 Syrian guys kept getting questioned every time we had ticket checks so we weren't sure what was going on there. A few hours in a Canadian guy got on, we had a good old chat with him and before we knew it we were at the boarder. Bulgarian and Romanian boarder control looked at our pass ports and told us we would ...

      A Brief Flirt With Sofia

      A travel blog entry by cannesorbust on Aug 15, 2013

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      I'll try to keep this short. Excuse the grammer and such, on a Bulgarian keyboard. Sarajevo is quite the city...a real melting pot of cultures. The tension is noticeable. I was there during Ramadan, which imposed nothing on me or any other travelers. You could still eat whenever you wanted, get alcohol, and people were out and about for the most part. Religion there is part of their identity, but not everything. I was staying in the Turkish quarter in old town, so it was ...

      No passport, no government. Say what?!

      A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Feb 16, 2013

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      ... needs to work on. Seriously. It was a frustrating couple of weeks, but eventually everything was in order and I was set to go to Skopje.
      Int he meantime, we just have to wait for the new elections in May to see what happens with Bulgaria and the government. A majority of Bulgarians I have talked to hope that Boyko Borisov's party gets reelected, because the second party is the old communist party. Scary. I suppose only time will tell! ...