Salt Palace

8 Tri Ushi Street, Sofia, Bulgaria | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Sofia

Exploring Sofia's Churches

A travel blog entry by londone7

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... the big cathedral passing by museums which are probably closed so I can see them tomorrow.

There seemed to still be police everywhere and armoured trucks so I tried avoiding them. I saw the big church but at first it seemed closed off so I tried going round to get back to my hotel



Then I saw there were no police on ...

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

A travel blog entry by ltalsky

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... of traveling in crazy, sometimes very uncomfortable, situations. Went to a BBQ that evening with Nikki's colleagues from the state department people and friends. Nikki then took us to a fabulously kitschy but legit bulgarian restaurant (name?) and after plate loads of meat, 3 servings of eggplant-tomato red sauce stuff (name?), a quite toxic (in a strong way) aperitif, bottles of wine, a massive plate of desserts, we were practically crying from ...

Best Laid Plans...

A travel blog entry by dadonatrain

Sometimes, plans just don't work. Sometimes, especially when you're winging it in a foreign language and even in the Cyrillic alphabet, trying to wing it just plain overwhelms me.

Today, when I arrived in Sofia, on time, on the overnight train from Istanbul, I was just overwhelmed by the language problems, the alphabet problems, and by the fact that my "plan" for the next two days involved buses, which I have decided are simply ...

'Capital'izing on the Bulgarian ski trip!

A travel blog entry by jollyjetsetter

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So, with the ski slopes of Bansko behind me, exactly what would the Bulgarian capital city have in store for a 1-day exploration? Well, judging by the city's less-than-enticing suburban area, nothing of any great attraction, but not being one to judge a book by its cover, just a short haunt around the city's central area will soon reveal the charms of the Bulgarian capital city. The choice of hotel for the 2-night stay was ...

Tired feet, rested minds

A travel blog entry by joelwx39

... a small shop
selling croissant sandwiches and we found a park bench near a fountain and rested our tired feet.

Even though our Bulgarian vocabulary is pretty small we have been successful communicating our needs. Not everyone speaks English! My spanish words show up when I am talking to the vendors.

Soon we will be back in the real world... it's been a great vacation.

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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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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding