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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Light Sofia
This hotel is conveniently located just blocks away from downtown Sofia. The rooms are small and simple but it is perfectly sufficient and also clean. Breakfast is included and is very good! Great price.
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... their king protect all Bulgarians. The king quickly devised a plan, advising the Nazi's that the Jews we recurrently working on a building project for him and he can't send them right now. In a couple of months when the project was done he will intern them. When that “project” was complete, he came up with other excuses til finally the Nazi's demanded he send some people. A few hundred we packed into railway cars and sent on their way. Just before they reached ...
... music, lyrics, and instruments set to techno and house music. This club I was at was a chalga club, complete with 2 singers, 2 drum machines, and a roving saxophonist that were all playing accompaniment to the techno DJ's in the booth above the dance floor. As the DJ increased the pace of the heart-throbbing beats, the singers/saxist/and drummers roved the crowd. Large tables each of 6-10 young Bulgarians smoking hookah or fanning themselves with folding ...
... comes from). The Bulgarian friends didnt speak much english and so drama queen spent the 2 hours of dinner speaking about one of them, an enormous steroid queen sitting right beside him, who he was currently having a fight with. I seem to remember the code words that we used to speak about the 3 muscle queens as Banana, Apple and Candle. They had been together for just over a week and had confessed their love for each other ...
... as I sat in the shade and peered through a kindergarten gate watching a man in a dress and wig entertaining the children (?), an old Bulgarian lady walked by and mumbled to me, in English: “Bulgarians all crazy.”
It turns out that the life is on the main pedestrian street, Raiko Daskalov. It's not quite the Ramblas, but it reminded me of a bigger version of Shirok Sokak in Bitola, Macedonia. It is a nice stroll by the ...
... cheeses (kashkaval and sirene), and lyutenitsa, plus wine and grape brandy to drink. The meal was excellent, and I really enjoyed the family. Stoyan is a jazz and blues fanatic, so we had a blues concert after dinner. His collection of tapes and CDs is truly impressive.
We also talked a lot about what I'm trying to do here, and I think that Elena, especially, will be of great help. She has some contacts in English ...