TripAdvisor Reviews Triada Hotel Sofia
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... to fight the Turks that ended the Ottoman rule in 1878.
... the night at another of the protests, this one louder and more crowded than the others I had passed through in the previous days. Before I left for Varna, I celebrated the Jewish New Year Rosh Hashanah by lighting candles and saying prayers in Elena’s apartment, I celebrated in the way I could.
Elena had decided to take a night train to Varna. Let me tell you something, I think that my parents were younger than ...
... spread of the Russian Empire's influence in Eastern Europe, organising for a new treaty to be written in which the south of Bulgaria was given back to the Ottoman Empire (albeit as an autonomous region). Therefore, Sofia became Bulgaria's new capital city; not just because they wanted a fresh start, but because it was handily located closer to the borders of Serbia and Macedonia, should they wish to invade and expand their territory. So although Bulgaria managed ...
... When telling the Romanian locals about Bulgaria they said that “7 days are too much”, and giving us the local emergency numbers as we’d likely have problems. We found it so friendly though, and had no problems at all with any of the locals (apart from the grumpy bus lady).
Days in Bulgaria – 6
Cost/Day - ₤43.80
Trains/Buses – 0/4
KM Traveled – 700km
₤ 0.10 / km (not ...
... rolled here. Another woman joins the conversation. Both are curious about what I am doing here. Business? No, holiday. Why would someone from America come to Bulgaria for a holiday? There are people back home asking the same thing. And why is the bar so empty? (It's 9.30 and there are only the three of us.) It is that this hotel is mainly for business, and so ... most have their meetings in the city in restaurants and other places, so not so many ...