Jasmin Hotel

Address: 126 Simeonovsko Shosse BLV, Sofia, 1434, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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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, ...

      TWO BULGARIAN GEMS

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... the lantern of faith and raised it high toward heaven'. The monastery was built near his cave.

      The museum is a collection of priceless historical relics. There is a firman [decree] from Suleiman the Magnificent as to the rights of Rila Monastery. Episcopal attire dating back centuries is on display. Old altar gospels compete with jewelled icons for attention. There are gold woven shrouds with artwork atop same. Silver censers were noteworthy.

      A ...

      Bulgaria - Sofia

      A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on Mar 27, 2014

      ... back at the station, we were a bit hesitant on letting them go away with them but they stayed with the Romanian man and he stayed on the train. The 3 Syrian guys got kicked off as they needed a visa, there was a lot of yelling and broken English going back and forth, but we could figure that they were meant to get a visa in Sofia, a good 5+ hrs back in the other direction. Luckily Australians don't need visas so we could finally try and ...

      A Brief Flirt With Sofia

      A travel blog entry by cannesorbust on Aug 15, 2013

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      ... everywhere. But two tram stops away it was all orthodox Catholics and completely different. It was hard to find alcohol in the Turkish quarter at the cafes, which had nothing to do with ramadan, but the shisha and tea and coffee were abundant...but you'd be the only one enjoying it if you were in the cafes before sunset. Quick story: As soon as I arrived my first day, Hannah, a girl who worked at my hostel, took me up a hill near the outskirts of town to show me something. ...

      Sofia

      A travel blog entry by leann-robyn on Oct 28, 2012

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      Sofia was our first stop in Bulgaria. We really didn't get a chance to see much of Sofia as we were completely rained out for the second of our two days here. What we did see though, made us wish we had more time to explore it.
      Our first day in Bulgaria was spent visiting yet another Monastery (for ...