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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... looking handmade pottery. I wanted some, so I headed back to the ladies market to buy some. The shopkeepers who were selling it didn't really speak English, but we were able to negotiate very reasonable prices for a few mugs and a hotpot.
It was pouring rain, which may have contributed to my need for a restroom. A word of advice- don't use the restrooms by the ladies market. Some lady sits at the entrance, setting out toilet paper for you with her bare hands. ...
... in and get out, the better. We had one hour transit in Belgrade, where our one task was to buy the connecting ticket to Sofia. One hour isn't long enough to pass judgement on a country, but our one hour was filled with five incredibly helpful and friendly Serbians. Genuinely friendly too, not helping out the tourists purely for a tip. As we wandered around looking for the ticket office, a man approached us and asked if we were wanting a taxi. I dismissed ...
... I don’t think it looked too bad! With some fancy sweater twisting, it looked like a real outfit choice.
After we left the monastery, we went to the cutest restaurant and I had my first whole fish! I’m talking the eyes, the tail…it was all there. Normally I’m not a fan of fish, but this was fantastic. Also…I ate raw tomato! (Yes, yes…I hate tomatoes) That evening we were given the choice ...
... closes (for good reason) over the winter months.
That night, we wanted to show our appreciation to our guide, so we visited him at the family owned pub where he works in Old Town. The two of us, along with Sam and our new American friend we met at the hostel hung out and had a few beers to finish off the long day. The next morning we were all getting up early to catch the train 3 hours north to Sarajevo. Let’s just say that Nigel slept most of ...
... finally took us to the Rila Monastery and gave us two hours for exploring it. The Rila Monastery was founded at the end of the 9th century and today it´s the largest and most famous Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria. It is situated in a valley of the Rila Mountains. Ivan of Rila chose this valley to escape the savagery of feudal life and the laxity of the established monasteries in that time. Every year about a million of pilgrims, tourists, scholars and ...