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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
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... earlier today in Struga. Along with the mosque was a separate building with draped coffins you could see thru the windows.
I badly ...
... I still had my bags with me having not gone to my hotel yet. I passed occasional German tourists walking back the opposite way. I hoped they didnt think I was a refugee walking with my bag towards the border!
This was a long walk with my bag and I didnt want to walk it back. There are three churches and luckily they are ...
... hive and sent away with samples of traditional medicinal face cream/serum of some kind. It was pretty bizarre.
After a decent search, we finally found a cake shop and were so excited that we bought 3 different slices of cake! We sat in the shop for a long while to feast, go through pictures, catch up on emails, and write all of these blogs that we were behind on… Then we headed back to the hotel to grab our bags, and ...
... couldn't taste any real difference, John, with the brand I tried last night.
Should have stopped at a small shopska salad but misunderstood what a pie was. It was umpteen layers of dough with little else. Chili peppers did not help. Stern Sue winked at me when the BS expressed interest in Albania for a country tick. None of the Brits knew who sang 'Raindrops keep falling on my head' from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid as theirs was a British version ...
... day in Armenia, I spent my whole morning and most of the afternoon reading a book I had found in the hostel called Pandora's Seed. It is a book mostly about the history of humans and how the change from hunter/gatherers into agriculture has changed our path of society. It brought up many interesting points and it was one of those thinking kinda books, ya know that make you question things and such. It was borderline too smart for my brain functions, but I managed to understand ...