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Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... aspect is its location, high up on a rocky outcrop.
We carried on up toward St Clement's Monastery of St Paneleimon. It was originally built in the 9th c to teach the Slavs in their own language. The present structure dates from 2002 as part of a theology university. Excavations continue re prior buildings sacked by the Ottomans. Ralph pointed out the use of lead to seal earlier construction that was incorporated into later construction. It ...
... into the sky. In the middle it had water going from the top to the bottom and it also had random art installations spread around the stairs. There were some cool art sculptures that gave me flash backs to burning man. As I made my way to the top of the cascades the sun was at its peak for the day and it was blazing down on me. At the top were good views of the city below, but there was still more climbing to do. There was and old soviet monument even higher, so I made my way to ...
... lucky enough to have chosen a traditional macedonian salad of spoiled yogurt and cucmber know as "Tartarus". You can tell of the influences in the food from the many other cultures that have controlled the region including the Turks, Balarus, and ...
... he could feed his family until his children were grown.
At this point we were getting a little rushed. Zoran helped us get some fast food at some of the stands set up outside the Monastery that were serving food to the large number of holiday visitors since today was a holiday here. We all got jumbo hamburgers for 90 dinars. Zoran went back to his boat for lunch and we met him 45 minutes later to continue our trip back to Ohrid. On the way back, ...
... a staggering number for a city of only 42,000 people. And all of this set on the shores of a sparkling freshwater lake that straddles the border of Albania and Macedonia -- it's not hard to understand how Ohrid became Macedonia's top tourist attraction.
We were a bit dazzled by all that was around us, but we were dizzy with hunger so decided to focus on finding a restaurant. Unfortunately, the most ambient looking places had very meat-heavy ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting