Uniqato Hotel

Address: Sava Silov 36, Stara Zagora, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sava Silov 36, Stara Zagora.
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      Sofia.....mostly, the railway station.

      A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 21, 2014

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      ... boiled egg, waffles, jam and Nutella, plus coffee and juice. I don't know how they do it. After leaving our gear in our room, we set out to explore Sofia. I couldn't find the cafe that the Hostel girl had recommended, buy Squirt had spied McDonalds and was desperate for a cheeseburger, so I gave in. We heard the first English accents we had heard for our whole trip in McDonalds, there was a group of English young men behind us in the queue. ...

      A Fitting Good Bye

      A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... one that had been somehow brought here from a nearby village. The idea was to represent both urban and village life in the 19th century. The urban house was bigger, with 3 rooms - a kitchen, a bedroom and a guest room. The veranda was huge and was overlooking an equally big yard with boxwood bushes framing the separate areas in the yard. There was a on old-school rose boiler at the entrance, and it was working full steam! The village house was next ...

      Under communist eyes

      A travel blog entry by solitarysoul on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... way in through a tiny hole in the rubble.
      The darkened debris-filled rooms were eerily reminiscent of first person shoot-em-up video games. I half expected to see Nazi zombies. Otherwise, it mostly seemed like any other abandoned concrete building… until I made it to the next level. My jaw dropped after climbing the last set of stairs leading to the meeting room. The daylight shone through the holey roof revealing a huge circus-like arena ...

      A day in the life..

      A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Jun 08, 2013

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      ... She shaved a huge chunk out of the side of his head and asked if it was okay. We said..uhh..it has to be. Haha. The haircut was $2.50 so no complaints.
      As for restaurants in my town, there is only one with an English menu and with one waitress who knows a bit of English. It's called Palermo and it's an awesome Italian restaurant. We always get a shopska salad and a San Felice pizza. The pizza comes with onions, peppers, cheese, sauce, ham, and they put ...

      пуйка Day

      A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Nov 22, 2012

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      ... Hilda’s husband) so I couldn't say no. I arrived at their apartment on Thursday and was so surprised to see a HUGE stuffed turkey! It has been hard for us Americans to find it. Before dinner Hilda asked me if we usually say what we’re thankful for. I told her sometimes people do it. We decided we should all say what we were thankful for. I told them I was thankful for them for being like a family to me ...