Triada Hotel

Address: ul Venera 5, Sofia, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Слатина area of Sofia, is near Nesseber Village, Vitosha Mountain, Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai), and Ivan Vazov National Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

My Last Days in Sofia

A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 18, 2014

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... was shaping up to be another leisurely day until my friend Toni called. We met when I lived in Augusta, GA, and bonded immediately because she was one of only 2 Bulgarians in town. We'd traveled to Bulgaria together in 2009, and she came to CA to visit her son who lives in Palm Springs in 2010, but we hadn't seen each other since. We had coffee at the Radisson hotel behind the tail of the horse. Yes, that's a real location in Sofia! Right across the House of Parliament sits ...

Synagogue, Churches, Mosque, Ethnology Museum

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 11, 2013

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... small demonstration outside the archaeological museum and the heavy police presence seemed quite intimidating

To get away so they didn't fuss about my camera was a large Ministry building with nice architecture. The inner courtyard actually ...

Sofia - Bulgaria - Mother Teresa born here

A travel blog entry by ian_chris2013 on Jun 04, 2013

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... time we need to go through the countries impacted - not sure if any train lines are under water! Last night visited a restaurant with Bulgarian folk dancing and fire walking- not bad night, the fire walking was impressive. Tomorrow we continue in Bulgaria. Spotted my first golf course today - took some time, but there's not many in these countries - wouldn't mind a game, but my caddy is not very experienced! ...

A Truly Wonderful Day

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 28, 2012

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... itself is covered in cobblestones - very uneven from their wear - that probably go back to the founding date in the 800's. Krassie pointed out a tower no longer open because tourists were stealing bits of it. This tower saved the lives of the monks when they were attacked by Turks and survived on bread and water for 18 months until help arrived. The rest of the early monastery was burnt but the tower survived. We walked out the other side and ...

Hungover messes

A travel blog entry by tennis_tom on Oct 01, 2011

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Not much happened today as our hangovers were as big as a single fat woman's serving of ice cream on Valentine's Day.

We wandered a little about the city but the majority of the day was spent wallowing in our disgusting states of brain electrolyte depletion and alcohol ravaged dehydration on a bench in the park. In hindsight we were basically filthy, sexy, exotic, foreign hobos. We oggled some of the local talent in the park, of which there was much. They ...