Uniqato Hotel

Address: Sava Silov 36, Stara Zagora, Stara Zagora, 6000, Bulgaria | Hotel
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        Adventures in Plodiv

        A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Sep 19, 2015

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        ... sites do not stop at the theatre though- nearby there are the ruins of an ancient stadium which tourists are also free too walk around. One of the most immediately evident things about this once huge structure (dating from the time of the emperor Hadrian) is how sharp the stonework still looks in places, almost like the stones have only just been chiselled ...

        Tis' this season in Bulgaria

        A travel blog entry by cjrodriguez97 on Feb 05, 2015

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        ... Sofia is a very spiritual place is, which is why Jose requested to go there. So we decided to go to Cathedral Saint Alexander Nevski ( ploshtad "Sv.Aleksandar Nevski", Sofia, Bulgaria) We worshipped with them that day and after the service the pastor asked who wants to reborn. So Jose went and got baptist. it was 12 p.m when we finally got out the church. While we were just roaming around looking for somewhere to eat we ...

        Cultural Day in Veliko Tarnovo

        A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 12, 2014

        18 photos

        ... of his death by hanging. Bulgaria lost many of its most honorable, brave and patriotic sons during this time, and many of them had either been in this very prison or had died here.

        Our final stop was the Museum of Archaeology which was on the other side of the konak. The exhibits here were mostly clay pots and weapons from pre-Bulgarian times, although there were some exhibits from the medieval rulers, such as the ring of khan Kaloyan. It was a ...

        A day in the life..

        A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Jun 08, 2013

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        ... it's never too busy. It's still tricky for me to convert from kilos to pounds but I figure it out. I mean, if it's too heavy I go down in weight..haha. Now that the weather is pretty hot almost every day we like to end our run by the track and get some snacks and have a little picnic and sit in the sun for a bit.
        One of my favorite things about Bulgaria is the plentiful abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables. Now that it is close to summer, they ...

        Halloween-Bulgarian Style

        A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Oct 31, 2012

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        ... her test scores back from her Cambridge exam (much like the ACT/SAT). She scored well above what she needed and since I was tutoring her they wanted to treat both of us. It was AMAZING. The food was wonderful and I even got pumpkin cheesecake. Score. Overall, I would say my Bulgarian Halloween experience was a great success (even though I miss Reese's Peanut Butter Pumpkins soooo much haha).
        Happy Halloween!! ...