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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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I called a hotel there and reserved a room and they'll let us check in at 7 am. That's a rare thing and another reason life is easier when you travel in the offseason. There's no way we could do that in the spring, summer, or fall in Antalya. We'll just wait an hour or so at the airport until the buses start running and take one into town to check in.
With that work done, we headed out to find the bonfire. "Just follow the ...
... the influence of cocaine, us two, alongside another Israeli, Kiwi and Australian literally jogged through the city, only able to listen to him explain only what he wanted about this statue or that statue. Questions where not to be asked I order to preserve his planned tour. Since Tito's reign, I don't think Macedonia has had such a totalitarian icon. Mama Teresa's house smack in the middle of Skopje, as you would expect was holy, yet surprisingly free. Woohoo! "If ...
... and the example of the first Muslims that came
Then I asked about the Greek Republic of Macedonia since Greece objected to the Yugoslav province seeking independance and using the same name as it implied a claim to the Greek province as well.
They said not all people consider the two Macedonias to be the same and the original Macedonians are so diluted ...
... the name of someone on a piece of tape and taped it to someones foreheads then they had to ask questions to figure out who they were I kept thinking this was going to be a drinking game.. hahha it wasnt! We had a lovley night with his awesome friends, it was sad to leave their house because we really dont know when the next time we will be in Macedonia is and when we will be able to see them. But we had a wonderful time, good food, good friends and good fun!
... the centre square is the old, and I mean properly old, bazaar. The bazaar was created as a trading bay when the Turkish Ottomans ruled the land. The area is full of cobblestones, old stores, markets with spices, fruits and vegetables from all ends of the globe and also has an abundance of mosques that roughly a quarter of the population utilise. As you walk through the bazaar it feels as if you have been transported into the Middle-East again. Unfortunately, the weather ...