Jasmin Hotel

Address: 126 Simeonovsko Shosse BLV, Sofia, 1434, Bulgaria | Hotel
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        A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 16, 2015

        5 comments, 6 photos

        ... some smaller teddy bears for the children, and they just descended on those. Much happiness abounded.

        This classroom had bunk beds so the kids could have their naps. They're at school from 8:00-4:00, and they get two meals and two snacks while there. We also saw the five-year-olds' classroom, and they have little IKEA-style beds for their naps.

        The teacher or principal (not sure what exactly she was) prepared a snack for us in the classroom: bread, honey and ...


        A travel blog entry by spsadventures on May 22, 2015

        10 photos

        ... So, they're called suicide balconies.
        The place where you can stand and see a church, mosque, and synagoge, all around the same spot is nicknamed "tolerance square." I was really impressed as a whole at the Bulgarian acceptance of others. They have a history of this, as they were one of the only countries that had some German control that were able to save all of their Jews from the Germans in WW2.
        And when we were by the St. Nedelya church, we were told of ...

        Midnight on the ghost train...

        A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 24, 2014

        ... open in its proud finery, frozen in time seemingly at the moment the trains stopped to operate. The well dressed staff outnumbered guests by five to zero and I decided against a beer. Of all the bars in all the world, no one came into ours... My day had featured two impeccable customer service experiences, not entirely untypical of Istanbul. Firstly. I had failed to get the representative at the tourist information office to even look up from ...

        Horse Riding Bulgaria & Romania

        A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jun 24, 2014

        56 photos

        ... that Plovdiv is not in Sofia but rather a few hours south of Sofia! Sim also hadn't told me that he had already looked it up and saved the real Sofia walking tour information on his iPad. Turns out we weren't far away from the start and made it there about 5 minutes late. The tour started at 6pm and finished around 8:30pm, our night bus didn't leave until midnight. The tour itself wasn't to bad they told us alot about during the war and there is a section that has ...

        Eastern travels

        A travel blog entry by quinitch on Nov 05, 2013

        2 comments, 11 photos

        ... minutes and spent four hours sitting in the Italian sun waiting for the next bus to come. Pleasant and warm with the only ugly view in the whole of Venice.

        I love the train and bus travel for the opportunities it gives to see the countryside and so it was with great regret that my later transport meant I travelled into and out of Austria in the dark. I was in the Alps, it would have been some of the prettiest mountain country I passed through but I saw nothing of it ...