Rovno Hotel

Address: 70 Tzar Alexander II Str, Vidin, Vidin, 3700, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 70 Tzar Alexander II Str, Vidin.
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Travel Blogs from Vidin

Vidin Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by billc507 on Aug 09, 2014

... door to a 1950's style apartment complex. I think the synagogue was in better shape (see pictures on the stream). The local Imam invited us into his Mosque. It sits across the street from an Orthodox Cathedral. He says he has morning coffee with the Bishop most days of the week. We could not go in all the way (see pic on the stream). The downtown area is ugly - built by the ...

Places & faces

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust on Dec 17, 2013

We have had a very busy start to our week.

After a day spent at the warehouse on Saturday we visited Doganovo orphanage on Sunday and had a great time as the children opened their presents. Sadly, like many of the child institutions in Bulgaria now, we were not able to capture any pics or video from the visit. The authorities ...

Bless Me

A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 03, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... was Vidin, Bulgaria but our tour destination was Belogrdchik and the interesting geological rock formations. To me, they seem similar to the formations found in southern Utah. We were able to climb up to the top of an old Roman turned Ottoman Turk fortress. There were super steep stairs and several sections without a hand rail. The wind was cold and strong and the steps slippery. ...

Donauradweg; Gruia to Calafat, 62 km

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 07, 2013

34 photos

... the least costly ingredients possible. Eggs are eggs but the orange tang, light tan mystery meat and processed cheese was off-putting.

We sauntered along the pedestrian promenade.

We tried to find Pepper spray to cope with the wild dogs. My hopeless charades got us in veterinary office. The Dr. didn't speak a lick of German or English. I did better at pictionary than charades apparently. I drew a ...

Rock formations and a castle

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Jul 03, 2013

4 photos

... Serbia, Bulgaria and we still hope to see Romania in a few days. Aside from Austria and Germany (who both use the Euros) the other 5 countries have their own currency--and prefer not to accept US dollars or Euros. In Prague the decision was easier--we just went to an ATM and took out korunas and spent them in the week that we were in the country. It was easy for Germany and Austria as we took out Euros and spent them between the two countries. But then, ...