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Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... times. The reddish orange roofs are part of the area's lore. Saw some new house construction and the roofing was a plastic version of the tile work.
I carried on to a new stretch of Klenoec St. I passed a bus station which, per the map, I found odd. One sign talked about the 'centre'.. I followed it as some people with bathers were heading that way. I eventually found I was on Jane Sanduski [something like that] which met up with Marshall Tito, the hotel street, fairly ...
... about Albania/Macedonia was the people are extremely hospitable. When our taxi dropped us off in the centre of Ohrid, we had no idea where are hotel was located. A very friendly man came up to us and asked us if we needed help – he quickly said he knew where our hotel was and that he would walk us there. As we walked along the street, we passed another hotel, at which point he told us that he owned this one; not once did he try and get us ...
... mosques. This one was only maybe about 200 years old and some of the other ones are around 1500 years old. We made it to the new mosque during the call to prayer and it was a really great scene. Since Courtney's dad is from Saudi Arabia and was a Muslim, she has a very strong connection to the Islam faith. She however is not Muslim, but still feels very intertwined with her dad's beliefs, heritage, and background. We walked around the gloriously decorated mosque and watched the ...
... We went in and lit candles to say a prayer and have a healthy life. from there we drove to this MASSIVE cross it is 33 meters high because Jesus lived for 33 years we had a great view of everything around. on the way back we stopped and drank holy water on the side of the road, it was probably the best water I had ever tasted!
On our way to Ohrid! The roads are crazy winding through the mountains and when your driving up there ...
... in a really beautiful square with old palaces, a fountain, an old mosque, a clock tower and a green park.
On the northern side of this square, across the river, is the Carsija, the old ottoman town that I visited late in the evening and was completely deserted and not particularly interesting.
On the southern side the pedestrian street with elegant old palaces, bars and shops and at the end a giant park with the bus station on its edge.
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- Swimming pool
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