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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Granit Ohrid
This hotel was situated right on Lake Ohrid and we were able to swim in it amidst the beautiful scenery.
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... hotel in Ohrid with free time for exploring before going out to dinner. The meal features delicious lake trout which melts in the mouth. It is more expensive here than salmon, and actually tastes better!
This UNESCO town has a castle high on the hill, quite a few mosques and churches, and a resort feel in the pedestrian streets and shops. We're looking forward to our tour ...
... when I said I would pay inside and brought in the beer bottle and glass.
Lots of people along the boardwalk. Tourism has hit Ohrid in a big way, part of it due to the World Heritage Site status but also its idyllic location. Some adrenalin options aside, it's a quiet place that has done well to maintain its history.
Always seem down a quart on sleep so will bag out by 2200 praying to the local saints I'll be counting sheep for hour after hour.
... 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 ...
... so many connections \ friends. the goodbyes were quite warm, and the truth is, the guys made me feel a part of the group. fantastic people. thank you all. Trouble is I can't remeber any one\s name.
Oh, Oh, and while talking to the organiser as the people are leaving, the receptionist came and looked concerned, the spoke to the organiser and I heard the name Camel being mentioned. I asked what the problem was, the guy ...
... having said that, the accordion, cello, guitar and violin may have sounded Macedonian, but the medley they played was a mixture of Johann Strauss, The Beatles and The Winner Takes It All by Abba. But it sounded very Macedonian.
Next will be a short drive to the border with Greece, where our timer starts again and we have to hurry a little to keep Heather legal. We’ll have about ten days to fit it all ...