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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... be compared to a flavorful pale ale. Then he brought a traditional Macedonian salad called “sopska salata,” which is cucumber tomato with shredded cheese covering it. Then he brought out this gigantic plate of kebabs, which were actually ground meat rolled into sausage shapes and grilled. He also gave us this spectacular bread that was warmed on the same grill as the sausages and enhanced with a hefty amount of salt. So ...
... in Serbia. They were doing major road construction on the main highway so instead of it taking maybe 30 minutes to drive it was more like 90 minutes. It was also a little scary, we drove through Kosovo which is another country within Serbia that we didn't know existed! They seemed to have barbed wire everywhere and tanks and men holding guns. We didn't stop or get out of the car. We did luckily stop and refuel with some coke, cookies, and skittles ...
Daniels correctly guaged the group needed a drink break. The Sprite was delicious in the conditions. This is only Daniela's fifth tour with Explore. We walked toward the bus terminal, Daniela pointing out the bus numbers, the cost, etc. It's some 45M to walk; might need the exercise at this relaxed pace.
To the structure honouring Mother Teresa who was born here. Back on the bus to the Hotel OK. Daniela gave us a map, the next day's drill ...
- Long drive from Tirane to Sofia via Scopje.
- In Tito's reign he kept Yugoslavia together by good and bad means. Unofficial statement from Trumen about Tito is that "Tito was a son of a ***** but he was our son of a *****"
- 1963 earthquake destroyed 80% of Skopje. They went ape **** with monuments in the rebuild .
- Crazy man crossing the road dangerously reminded ...
... other side where the clock tower was. I noticed another old mosque with a rose garden and cemetery
When I climbed up to the clock tower it was closed to public but was on the grounds of an even older mosque in poorer state of repair.
Then I crossed back the main road ...