Refanidis Natural Luxury Hotel & Spa
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... some of our group were dancing. We were a big attraction, lots of people standing around looking at us. We were the tourists attraction! The children and young people were happy to chat with us and practice their English. Meanwhile long tables under a roof adjacent to the church were set for our supper and finally the stew was ready. It was finished with a lot of paprika, the mild sort. Huge loaves of freshly made bread appeared, and the ubiquitous ...
... down chimneys became an explanation for a young child as to how a newborn might appear one morning who had not been born when they went to sleep the night before. We arrived at our hotel at about 3:30 and were met with a brass band! Of course we had to do some Macedonian dancing on the cobblestones outside the hotel. We had time for a walk into the town and a beer before our dinner. We're drinking the local ...
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... her favourite meat restaurant. 3 mains, a salad, a starter and 2 beers for 11 quid. Not bad eh??? Its here that i am introduced to what we nick-name “fingers“. Their name is really Kebabpi (i think i will need to corect spellings??)
The next day we visit Suza“s church. It is during the day before lunch so its not too hot and its only a 5 minute walk. Here i am really educated - Suza and her family are Macedonian Orthodox and their practices are very different to mine ...
The bus pulled out of Skopje and I watched the sun finally setting from the window, I could get all symbolic about it and say it was the sun setting on my brief visit to Macedonia but instead I just took a picture of it and listened to some tunes while swigging beer from a 2 litre bottle (only about £1.20 in Macedonia and was fast becoming my new travelling ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking