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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in 1389 between Turks and Serbs /Albanians. More so between Muslims and Christians. We visit a well maintained museum complex that is funded by the turks. It houses a museum which is very informative and a mosque and a mosque that was originally built in 1390 to house the remains of Sultan Murad. He was the leader of the Ottoman empire at the time who was killed here. The man that killed him was surnamed ...
Pristina 11 degrees, overcast
A fair bit cooler today in Pristina. We will be offering the leaflet today so I have worked on a basic offer starting with "Jam nga Australii" or I am from Australia. We will see how we go.
Jasin and I leave to pick up a Serbian sister just north of Pristina at 8.45 to bring her to the hall for the group. She is 78 and very faithful. I need to try a few "Dobar dans", "dobro" "hvala" ...
... them and gave them back.
At the border they collected all our passports again and gave them to the officer outside. After a minute they were returned back. Then we went to the customs checkpoint where an officer came on board and collected all our passports again.
Then they opened ...
As I next move into Kosovo I need to give a brief history as most people know very little other than there was a war and Nato intervened.
Kosovo’s history starts in the early middle ages when it was the early base of Serbian history and their monarchy. In 1389 at the Battle of Kosovo the Turks defeated the Serbian King (whose remains are still paraded around) leaving the Balkans open for Turkish advance. This started six centuries of Turkish ...
... or research) this, assuming 240 miles could be covered easily. Nope. 2.5 hours to Podgorica, 8 hour layover, 9 hour bus to Pristina. Most of the reason is that the road goes over a mountain range and looks like a spaghetti monster. See here - http://goo.gl/maps/xozAT . We were doing 10 miles and hour at times. It is meant to be gorgeous, but it was of course dark. Po
However, I ...