Sonata Hotel and Restaurant

Address: 4 Petar Beron Street, Samokov, Sofia Region, 2000, Bulgaria | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4 Petar Beron Street, Samokov.
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      A Day in the City

      A travel blog entry by kenandmaureen on Jun 03, 2014

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      ... many parks and memorials. Statues commemorating important people and events like liberation, and remembrance of occupation and the turbulent times that have occurred in the history of Bulgaria and Sofia. (The Ottomans, Turks, Germany, Russians, and Communism - the country was even subjected to occupation by the Crusaders of ancient time). Krassi and Neychto pointed out many of the important sites in the city and buildings and apartments that family ...

      Rila Monastery

      A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan on Aug 29, 2013

      5 photos

      ... stopping at a few little towns on the way. We ended up parking up round a lake along with a few Bulgarian fishing enthusiasts. It was again evident that rubbish is still an issue, even though Bulgaria is part of the EU. Sad. It was a quiet night as Logan was resting his giant foot, which was stung by a bee this morning. Looks pretty sore and swollen hope it doesn't get much worse...

      Last of the Soviets

      A travel blog entry by robdelaney on Sep 30, 2011

      22 photos

      ... so in the end I obliged. After a quick bite to eat (cardboard pizza yuck!) we were off on our way exploring sunny Sofia with our tour guide.

      The tour itself took in all the main sites of the city, and we found out some really interesting facts. When the Ottomans took over they came in and knocked down all the Christian churches to make mosques. When Ottoman rule ended, instead of knocking down all the mosques and building churches again, the Christians demolished ...

      Sofia... Not quite as splendid as la Loren

      A travel blog entry by bebabui on Jun 28, 2011

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... omelet and tripe casserole. Yum! Thanks but no thanks, I don't eat anything inside an animal.

      Tomorrow, we get on a bus for a two-hour ride to Plovdiv, Bulgaria's second largest city, and hope that it has good air conditioning and circulation so that we don't suffocate from other people's bad hygiene habits. Transport is cheap here: for two tickets, we paid $18. Hope it's not for seats with the chickens on the roof...


      Families reunited

      A travel blog entry by trusselltrust on Dec 21, 2010

      17 photos

      ... be separated from their children again, there is a forest of hands and much cheering all round. We will let the pictures tell you the rest; suffice to say this was probably the most moving distribution of the trip.

      One thing that has been bothering us is how to find some of the families who were displaced when Botevgrad Roma Community was bulldozed in September. Many of the children from that community ...