87 Tsarigradsko Shousse Blvd., Sofia, 1113, Bulgaria | 1 star hotel

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Exploring Sofia's Churches

A travel blog entry by londone7


... by a Turkish restaurant as I hadnt eaten since the hotel breakfast and some snacks on the bus. I had a chicken leg with rice and naan bread for 5B ($3.75).

The naan was nice so I ordered two more for take out as there is no breakfast in the hotel. They were .75B each ($.50 cents)

I stopped by a supermarket and ...

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

A travel blog entry by ltalsky


... to order from the menu but instead the waiter strongly suggested we order the roasted pork. I begged for any other meat (as roasted meat abroad is often covered in disgusting fat that makes me want to vomit) and got tasteless boiled chicken. The pork that nearly everybody else got was fatty as predicted but also cold, as in refrigerated cold. Lances stomach hurt that night from it. The wine was sour and had sediment that we found when I poured the ...

Best Laid Plans...

A travel blog entry by dadonatrain

... did, as I said, I just gave up.

But it all just overwhelmed me, and after sitting in the station for almost an hour, seriously bummed out, and clueless what to do, I finally just gave up.

I have juggled the next several days, so I'm still winging it, but at least now I know I can do it on day trains, not buses; and I can find hostels that say they''ll pick me up from train stations, so I shouldn't get lost wandering ...

'Capital'izing on the Bulgarian ski trip!

A travel blog entry by jollyjetsetter


... Nevsky cathedral, which must surely rate as Bulgaria's most photographed building. Further south lies the Soviet Army monument, which has enough in the way of intricate details to warrant a few photos and close inspection, but also doubles up as a spot where local skateboarders practice their moves on ramps and jumps. Shopping facilities have clearly come pretty far in Sofia in recent years, and the pristine-looking Mall of ...

Fresh cashews and dried peas

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

... our guide in Turkey had had 1/3 of his energy. I think Hafiz was a bit burnt out ferrying tourists across Turkey.

The buildings began to glow as dusk fell. Several of the churches had metallic roofs/structures and it was a magical experience. By chance we are here during a holiday weekend so there are less cars therefore less noise and exhaust. We learned about the importance of mineral waters of ...

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This 1 star hotel, located in the Слатина area of Sofia, is near Nesseber Village, Vitosha Mountain, Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai), and 1300th Anniversary Monument.
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