Address: Borovets 2010, Samokov, Sofia Region, Bulgaria | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Borovets 2010, Samokov, is near National Museum of History.
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        Mount Vitosha

        A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Jul 05, 2015

        26 photos

        ... and fleshy-looking thistles and the occasional grove of pine or fir trees. The trail was well signposted. After about twenty minutes we reached a plateau of long-grassed heath, with more groves of trees further down the slope on our right hand side and a very high ridge/ peak on our left. We looked round for a bit before heading back the way we'd come. The man at the side of the path had now disappeared.

        Once we got back ...

        Visiting Village of Glogova

        A travel blog entry by tuscany05 on Jul 01, 2015

        2 comments, 24 photos

        ... Bulgarians in every sense of the word, except for their religion. Our first stop was a kindergarten. Not like we think of Kindergarten- this school is for ages 3-6. It is not mandatory until age 5. The school receives some state funding for children prior to age 5, but not enough to cover all the costs, so parents have to pay an additional $1 a day. So some children are not able to attend. It's a full day, ...

        Day 2 in Sofia

        A travel blog entry by kenandmaureen on Jun 01, 2014

        8 photos

        ... Church. Simply stunning with the fresco's uncleaned and blackened with the soot of the candles (the only illumination). You get the feeling when entering the church that is a very holy place. The monastery was set in the mountains and was amazing with all the rocks and trees around. We ended the day back in Sofia walking the wide street that has been made into a walking street since Neytcho and Crassi were last in Sofia. There were lots of restaurants and people out enjoying the ...

        Bulgaria - Sofia & Rila Monastery

        A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 04, 2013

        59 photos

        ... during the upcoming year. The white color symbolizes man - the power, and the red color symbolizes woman - health. On the 1st of March Bulgarians give such a string to their friends and family members. They normally wear it on their wrist for a certain period of which end is connected with the first signs of spring. When people see the first blossoming tree they tie it there. That's why we saw some of them still hanging :) Nice tradition, isnīt it?

        Then ...

        Sofia, Bulgaria

        A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell on Jul 24, 2013

        10 photos

        ... effects of the Communist regime have been clearly evident as we travelled through these Adriatic countries. The basic infrastructure is quite poor. Roads and highways are pot-holed, footpaths crumbling and buildings are damaged and there is always graffiti. It appears that graffiti is a form of protest from the young and people are still trying to reconcile what has happened in their past to today's modern times. Many Communist buildings ...