Kapri Hotel Sofia

Address: 76 Khan Omurtag Str. , Sofia, 1124, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

National Revival Day

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Nov 01, 2014

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... made for the Japanese New Year; this room had Venetian mirror on the walls and an inlaid wooden floor with five types of wood (a museum attendant told me) - it still looked like the interior of a palace. Apparently the last Queen of Bulgaria died in this room. Then there was a marble staircase down to a marble-floored corridor to rooms filled with photos and momentoes of Boris III, the last Tsar of Bulgaria, and his wife, who was Italian. The signs here were mostly in Bulgarian ...

Travelling to Brasov

A travel blog entry by daisy_pittams on Aug 08, 2014

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... some games until finally we arrived in Sofia. Yay! Whilst for a lot of people there destination had been Sofia we still had to get into Romania and so reserved a seat on a train heading for Moscow that passed through Bucharest. Everything was fine until about 1am. The carriage we were in was empty and another ticket collector came through shaking us all awake and wanting to see our tickets. Our American friend was given the ok but ...

Bulgaria - Sofia & Rila Monastery

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 04, 2013

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... government to resign. Especially young people are organizing these protests. A few weeks ago the Bulgarian president had a public speech where he should have expressed his support to protesting people. Hence, another group of people started protesting, they are usually old and their protests are called "antiprotests" since they don't agree with the existing protests and the attitude of the president. While the protests normally consist of thousands of people the ...

Painful trip to...but warm welcome in...Sofia

A travel blog entry by ltalsky on May 04, 2012

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... We went back to the grand bizarre for some gifts for people, walked around the gorgeous city, and ate mezzes for both lunch and dinner because we were going to really miss them (and I had become obsessed). But then there was the overnight trip across the border with a bus ride full of middle-school-aged kids on a field trip and a couple with a baby sitting behind us, kicking the seat, watching cartoons in turkish with volume turned up during almost ...

An Epic Couchsurfing Meeting in Bulgaria's Capital

A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Nov 14, 2011

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... top, and took drinks of ayran, a tasty drink made with sour yogurt, water, and salt.

The next day I got up early with Rada and Zlati and left the house when they left for work. I worked at a café that day and also went on a walk through Sofia. I saw one of the largest Orthodox cathedrals in the world, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. I also stumbled upon the Ladies Market, a big open-air market in a part of town where there are a lot of Gypsies. I bought some gloves for a dollar, ...