Hotel Maritza

42 Tzar Bors III Obedinitel Blvd, Plovdiv, Plovdiv, 4003, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 42 Tzar Bors III Obedinitel Blvd, Plovdiv, is near Historic Plovdiv, Ethnographic Museum, Nebet Tepe, and Hisarja.
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    Travel Blogs from Plovdiv

    Day 39

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Sep 09, 2014

    2 comments

    ... indicates to use the next lane, we try to reverse but there is another car behind us, Les had to tell him to move to the next lane. We waited a little while and then the passports were checked, we moved on to customs, once again the official was very chatty and smiley, not what we were expecting. He asked if we had anything to declare? Beer or alcohol, just one bottle of beer we said and he laughed and said that would be ok. We asked ...

    Calorie Labels Incorrect, Pros Say

    A travel blog entry by andreafreiman8 on Aug 14, 2014

    ... by providing a wealth of data from hundreds of studies reviewed in his research in writing the book to assert the validity of the scientific procedure. That is, he presents a compelling arguement that the supporting data used to keep the status quo of the diet-heart hypothesis and our current dietary guidelines is not as hardy as we're led to believe, and makes the claim that for well over a century there has been, all along throughout the last ...

    UNESCO site. Rial Monastery

    A travel blog entry by suz18c on Jun 07, 2014

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    Long drive to Plovdiv today-4.5 hours. Stopped at Rila Monastery founded in 927. By the fourteenth century it was a very strong feudal power. Today, only ten monks. It reminds me of some of the monasteries in Bhutan. Old Plovdiv: ancient city with narrow streets and very close houses so they could talk from the windows ...

    A very wet Plovdiv

    A travel blog entry by cflove on Jun 04, 2014

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    ... coffee for 20E....really cheap!). By 15.00 it had slowed to a drizzle and with seriously large golf umbrella in hand we walked out to see the Bulgarian Revivalist houses and museums. There are a lot of restored houses in the old town which are all small museums. We went in a few, plus the museum and discovered that they were really very up market houses for merchants and business men in the mid-19C. ...

    The cultural capital of Perv-div

    A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Sep 03, 2013

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    ... while Vlad went Argentinian. It was excellent. After dinner a few of us went up to a nightclub where the shooters started to flow. Vlad and Geisha beat Buffy and Frante (Andy) in foosball, a comprehensive thrashing. Then the night got really silly, with black sambucca shots. Anyone who knows Vlad also knows this is his most hated beverage. So here's how Bulgarians drink it. First you light the sambucca on fire. Then you smother the fire ...