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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... off at the Museum of Skopje which had some excellent exhibits on the 1963 earthquake, before crossing the river and heading into the bazaar area.
After stopping for a bite to eat we headed up to the Kale Fortress for views over the city, where the heat and dryness had killed all the grass, before heading back down and to our apartment for our last night in the apartment and the former Yugoslavia.
Skopje was a ...
At one point I was just passing a mosque when the muezzins' calls started booming out over loudspeaker from mosques all over the city. One or two minutes after it began, men started streaming past me from all directions. None of them were in traditional Islamic dress, but they all took their shoes off and gathered to one side. I sat down in the shade on a handily placed bench at a discreet distance and watched as the calls ...
... Skopje. A very nice taxi driver dropped us off at Mother Teresa's birth house for about $2.50. Again, I marvel at how affordable the Balkans have been. My flight to Europe was free, with the exchange of 60,000 frequent flyer points. Deb and I have spent $20- $30/ night for hotels or guest houses. Today's lunch at our new favorite Skopje restaurant cost $3.00 each for coke zeros, Shopska salads, bread and the local sausages. ...
... tomato, and grated local soft cheese. It's delicious. We ordered potatoes with cheese which actually when it came out was just fried chips with the same grated cheese on. So turns out that chips and cheese isn't just a Scottish thing? Anyway with a sprinkle of table vinegar they were the best thing ever. Those two things were our entrée, which was followed by... you guessed it - meat. Sausage and all kinds of cuts. But all very delicious - off to a good start ...
... by told me it was too far to walk, and insisted I got in his taxi and he would drop me off on the way. The 2nd act of kindness game moments later. When I arrived at the hostel I expected to drop my bag off and find an all night coffee shop, as check in wasn't until 11. However, the hostel owner said I could have the bed straight away as it was ready and he could see I was tired.
A fantastic introduction to a country where I will be spending quite a bit of time! ...