Milena Apartment

Address: 37 Tsar Samuil Street 5, Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Възраждане area of Sofia, is near Rila Monastery, Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai), Institute of Archaeology with Museum, and National Opera and Ballet.
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

TWO BULGARIAN GEMS

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

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Up around 0600. After morning rituals, went for a power walk to photograph where dinner was last night at Done Pepe, arriving back in time for brekkie. The spread was nice with one of those spicy but fatty Italian salamis I like. The Smoker did his usual table for two thing. He hasn't fit in very well; good thing he missed most of the trip.

Thought I may have had ebola as others were sitting elsewhere, allowing me to muse a bit about the book. Sue drew the short straw ...

The Bosphorus Expense

A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 21, 2014

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... wave to Karoline over the heads of the crowd who had engulfed us as we got off the train before she was gone, and I was left on my own again in an unfamiliar place. Saddened by the loss of my new friend, I hobbled over to buy a ticket to Budapest and within half an hour was heading even further north, now two days into my journey on land. I was tired, hadn't showered in three days and was more than a little lonely, but I was powerless to stop the smile appear across my ...

Ruse to Sofia

A travel blog entry by townsvilleduo on Sep 16, 2013

3 comments, 74 photos

... backpacks with beer and wine and of course some food and water. That night we stayed 'at home', cooked some dinner and watched television, and while that sounds really boring, we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Over the next few days we joined in on a free two and a half hour walking tour of Sofia and visited the local sights; visited the optometrist, yep, the optometrist where we were assessed by an ophthalmologist and picked up prescription glasses for a ...

No passport, no government. Say what?!

A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Feb 16, 2013

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... no identification, the government in Bulgaria resigned. Riots and protests spread through Bulgaria like wildfire..some violent, some peaceful. In Varna, a seaside city in Bulgaria, two men lit themselves on fire. Why the outbursts and unrest? The foundation of the protests seems to be high electricity bills; however, as time went on it was clear there were and are MAJOR problems in Bulgaria. Social security is too low and the cost of ...

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

A travel blog entry by ltalsky on May 04, 2012

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... The salad was iceberg lettuce with separate sliced tomato and zucchini. All just weird and horrible and not even really Italian. And everybody kept saying it was the worst meal ever in Bulgaria, a country that normally has delicious and varied cuisine.

Lance and I hung with Nikki and the dinner group for a bit more but then headed to the #16 club in the world (Yalta) to see Fedde le Grand. Smallish and pretty club. Cheap drinks...at least for ...