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  • ПодготовкиОстават 9 дни до тръгване и подготовката кипи със страшна сила. Вече почти всички основни неща сме направили: - поръчани са самолетните билети - днес направихме превода за Лукла-Катманду и до началото на следващата седмица трябва да ги имаме - купе Posted by 100kmvChas in Сибирски Пътепис | Jul 22, 2009
  • Предварителени тъй, тук ще блогваме по време на експедицията - за да ни знаете къде сме, що сме, който го интересува де :Р Posted by 100kmvChas in Сибирски Пътепис | Jul 16, 2009
  • ROSA ETERNA & PLOVDIVOn our last day we set off in search of Rosa Eterna Distillery, which is the only billboard we saw during the whole trip that advertised a distillery. It was not clear where it was located, and after many miles Posted by davidsandi in David & Sandi Travelogue | Jun 17, 2009
  • TOMBS, TEMPLES AND DISTILLERIESAfter our beers, we met up with Chan Yee and Plamen and managed to get a table at a local restaurant for lunch. Here at least Plamen could explain the menu to us, in a fashion, but Sandi and Chan Posted by davidsandi in David & Sandi Travelogue | Jun 17, 2009
  • KAZANLAK AND THE FESTIVAL OF ROSESAlthough ¼ of Bulgaria is covered in forests, the Valley of the Roses is a fertile, cultivated valley between the Balkan mountains and the Sredno Gora mountains. Here the Rosa damascena has been cultivated in the perfect combination of climate Posted by davidsandi in David & Sandi Travelogue | Jun 17, 2009
  • BULGARIAN IN 10 SECONDSLet’s start with the alphabet which is Cyrillic, like Russian and Serbian. If you master the alphabet then at least you can read place names and don’t feel quite so lost. A = а or ъ B = б or B C Posted by davidsandi in David & Sandi Travelogue | Jun 17, 2009
  • IT’S A LONG, LONG WAY TO SREDNOGOROVOBulgaria and the long-awaited Rose Festival. Our Easyjet flight landed at Sofia airport, which is about as big as East London airport. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com Posted by davidsandi in David & Sandi Travelogue | Jun 16, 2009
  • adventures!!!woaw many surprises from the last article! im now arrived in bulgaria, with one day late... so start from the last time :) i just finished to post the article that patrick offer me a motocycle ride in the new belgrade (which Posted by hanso in 4 months on the road to India | Jun 5, 2009
  • Dia 58 - Sofia IVAs Ultimas fotos en sofia eperando a hora de embarcar. Estatua de Santa Sofia Mercado popular Interior do mercado popular Posted by Ughitus in A Tour in Europe | May 23, 2009
  • Dia 57 - Sofia IIIToday I went walking through Vitosha street, wishing to go to Mina's church that could be interesting, since interesting places in the center of the I had seen almost all of them. Fist stop: National Palace of Culture' I had been here Posted by Ughitus in A Tour in Europe | May 21, 2009
  • Dia 56 - Sofia IIHoy en la mañana volvi al lugar donde habia parado el dia anterior. Encontre este curioso monumento: [b]La iglesia rusa de Sofia[ Posted by Ughitus in A Tour in Europe | May 20, 2009
  • Dia 55 - Sofia IEn la mañana sali a explorar Sofia. Inicialmente me dirigi para observar las montañas nevadas que se pueden avistar desde la ciudad. Foto desde un pequeño parque, en el fundo se puede observar las montañas [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/19 Posted by Ughitus in A Tour in Europe | May 19, 2009
  • Dia 54 - Serbia ---> BulgariaHoy bien temprano decidi viajar en la mañana para Sofia, para garantir mi transito por la Serbia bien dentro de la Visa de transito que conseguí. Fui rapidamente a la estación que esta al lado del Hotel para saber a Posted by Ughitus in A Tour in Europe | May 18, 2009
  • Travel karma... Veliko Turnovo is our favourite place in Bulgaria, is absolutely stunning scenery and was nice and warm for the first time in ages! On our second day there we marched up to conquer the fortre Posted by JulB in Julian and Bianca Overseas | May 12, 2009
  • Battling BulgariaCaught a train to Sofia and eventually found our way to a smoke filled hostel (while our Lonely Planet map is pretty good, it doesn't have anything written in Cyrillic, which makes navigating the streets a bit hit and miss. Posted by JulB in Julian and Bianca Overseas | May 7, 2009
  • Zdra da ...what... huh?Spent our second last day in Turkey on a day trip to Ilhara Valley - along with a group of loud ex-pats, some friendly Italians and nice New Zealanders. First stop was this incredible underground city - 8 levels they Posted by JulB in Julian and Bianca Overseas | May 1, 2009
  • Day 46We had breakfast in hotel Laleli Gonnen at around 09.30, there was lots to offer including soup, olives, salad and then the usual breakfast type things! After this Roger's tappets needed checking, which were done where we were parked up Posted by EdAndJames in Coastin' Around | Mar 20, 2009
  • BulgariaFarewelled by half a dozen community dogs from Bucharest train station, we set off for Veliko Tarnovo in central Bulgaria. Alone in our little train cabin, we devoted the first hour or so of the painfully slow ride through Romania Posted by TDL in The Departure Lounge | Feb 20, 2009
  • Is there anybody out there?Why did we book a flight to Sofia airport when we really need to be in Burgas you might ask? I am busy googling, asking various websites, looking for hotels etc and the easiest way to travel across the Posted by s4r4r4chel in Help in Bulgaria ..... | Jan 20, 2009
  • More snow in BulgariaWhen I eventually landed in Sofia, Bulgaria I got my hire car and put in the destination to my trusty Tom Tom, that was until Bulgaria.... The S*it S*it as it is now to be known, took me on some Posted by machine in Jamie's Travel Blog | Jan 11, 2009
  • Veliko TûrnovoUnlike Plovdiv, I wish I was still in Veliko Tûrnovo. It drew the short straw in terms of where I spent my time, so I only had one night there, at the Hostel Mostel (which has one of the most Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Jan 5, 2009
  • PlovdivPeople in the know about Bulgaria had said skip Sofia, go straight to Plovdiv (Bulgaria’s second city). It is an ancient city (it claims to be older than Athens), with some traces of Roman occupation still visible then an overlay Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Jan 4, 2009
  • SofiaWith the trains to Thessalonika all jammed up and no information as to whether I could get one on from there, a bus seemed my only option until I started to wonder how much it would be to fly. $250, Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Dec 30, 2008
  • SofiaYAY HOLIDAY! I am on vacation for the next two weeks and am so excited to get our of the institute. I am planning on taking the train through Eastern Europe. To start my vacation off I traveled the farthest Posted by Caitlin L in My Adventure to Europe | Oct 22, 2008
  • Leaving SofiaMarin the driver dropped us off at the skyscraper of a hotel yesterday evening. My room on the 15th floor provides a great view of Sofia, a town of cobble stone streets, rumbling trams, girls bearing cleavage, naked tummies Posted by zandara in Explorations | Jul 2, 2008
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