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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    A travel blog entry by kristine258 on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... bags at the station, grabbed our backpacks and hit the city. For 1 lev, we took the metro 2 stops back to the Palace of Justice. 1 American dollar is 1.54 Bulgarian lev. Live and learn! :) I find that fascinating, because I'm in Serbia now. 1 American dollar = 94.95 Serbian dinars. When I exchanged $60 this morning, they gave me 5,472.04 dinars. I felt so rich. It's like playing monopoly! But I digress, I'm going to ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 03, 2014

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    ... could pay varying amounts in US dollars, English pounds or euros. Essentially, it deals with money for guides and the like. The way she said it, the amount could vary if we like the guy but that takes some
    quick fingers. Asking her later, the average city guide tour gets 30 euros.

    Nine went out with Daniela and our driver to a nearby spot for local grub. The menu was huge but not as huge as the portions. Had pork in a spicy broth with loads of mushrooms, plus a ...

    Evil spirits, masks, and butterflies

    A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Feb 02, 2013

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    ... knew about so we thought we would try it out. After a few minutes in the bar, I asked if it was a gay bar. Shelby said no. I insisted that it was. 5 minutes later we all agreed it was not a gay bar. However, it was femme night. HA. Our butterflies were a huge hit and even though the people at the crowded bar were confused as to how we found the place, we had a blast. Girl power songs, fresh fruit drinks, and butterflies. Win. ...

    Playing it safe

    A travel blog entry by peyton on May 12, 2012

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    ... circuit of a few places from yesterday's tour that I neglected to photograph.  The guard with the fearsome feather is one of four guarding the Presidency, the offices of Bulgaria's leader, located directly behind the hotel. They perform the typical slow motion goose-step changing of the guard each hour, but I didn't feel like waiting around. Once you've seen the Ministry of Silly Walks sketch, it spoils you for that kind of thing. ...

    Sofia without a clue

    A travel blog entry by peyton on May 10, 2012

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    ... and the shady side of the streets are the busiest. The first park I come to is dominated by an unfortunate piece of much-graffitied sculpture consisting of what looks like a metal scaffolding with brutal, scabby concrete humanoids clinging to it like aliens abandoning ship.  Very nice if you like that sort of thing.  I later learn that it's a tribute to Bulgaria's liberation by the Russian army. A snow-capped peak, Vitosha,  is the backdrop to an enormous civic structure ...