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Hotel Bansko in Sofia, Bulgaria
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A nice uptown hotel in Sofia, huddled in the laps of Vitosha mountain. Owned by a Bansko-born family, the hotel and especially the restaurant carry the original Bansko traditions. See hotel Bansko website for more information.

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Uploaded: 31/01/2010
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