Salt Palace

Address: 8 Tri Ushi Street, Sofia, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Възраждане area of Sofia, is near Alexander Nevski Church, Rila Monastery, Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai), and Institute of Archaeology with Museum.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Sofia

Boxing Day

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Dec 26, 2014

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... instructions are in Italian. The hot chocolate was only 50 stotinki (20p) each and was quite small, but delicious.

At Sofia bus station I hoped the OK-Supertrans taxi desk would be open, but although it was only 8.30pm, it was closed. The opening hours listed there and in my guidebook claimed that it remained open until 10pm. I was hesitant to catch a taxi from outside the station without having gone through the ...

TWO BULGARIAN GEMS

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

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... Ohrid. She's brought a weigh scale re her checked luggage, something several found rather hysterical. Red thought her beans were 'horrible'. She got her fish way late but ate it.

Thankfully the Posh Noshers had buggered off before having to say 'bye, *****'. I wish some of the evening's good will had translated earlier. Daniela did not seem to worried about any incoming negative stuff from dubious sources.

Back up for some final emails and blog finalizing. ...

A Brief Flirt With Sofia

A travel blog entry by cannesorbust on Aug 15, 2013

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... what the Bulgarians do. 10 hour overnight bus. Never again. Bulgaria is perhaps the most different place I've ever been. Everything is in Cyrillic. Gypsies here and there in horse and buggy. Communist architecture. It's crazy. Saw the sights the first day. Then went on a pub crawl. But this was no ordinary pub crawl. It was a history/cultural/language lesson all in one. Awesome. They took us to some amazing places. One was the former embassy of Sudan, it was an ...

No passport, no government. Say what?!

A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Feb 16, 2013

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... are too high- people can't survive. People are starving, freezing, and angry. I've seen too many people digging through trash cans to know that there is a huge problem. People are also accusing the government of being dirty and corrupt (you probably rolled your eyes when you read this, but here..the corruption is darker). A majority of the political leaders and police officers in Bulgaria are part of the mafia. Boyko Borisov ( the ...

Communisim and Nostalgia

A travel blog entry by melepua on Jan 14, 2012

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... place in town center? No! We taxi to a dark, Eastern Bloc neighborhood (because Bulgaria is poor, they do not have much public transportation), and the driver drops us off in the middle of nowhere. We ask for directions. Nobody knows. We are sent this way and that way, that way and this. We walk around in circles, over ice and the occasional snowy flurry, for days. We hail another taxi and he fills up his gas tank (well, the gas attendant ...