Slavyanska Hotel Beseda
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... galloping mine took off and I squealed the whole time. The dad stopped the gallop straight away, however, and I explained to Veronica I had never galloped before and just wasn't ready for it but would be happy to try again the next day. The horses also were really placid and pretty much played follow the leader the entire time. There was very little control needed on our part, if they were going down hill, my horse pulled on the reins until I had given it enough for it ...
... br> After feeding the sugar urges, enjoying the smoke free environment and soaking up the free wifi, he wandered off back into town and who should turn up but Elvira-free Mandy. Reunited at last! So we went for more cake to celebrate her happy hair day and Steve's survival in the wilderness.
That night, our group went to a fantastic touristy type restaurant up the road from our hotel. A bunch of other tour groups came through while we ...
... Although it was a small museum and not a very long visit was required, it was interesting just to experience the tunnel itself. After getting back from the tunnel we walked through Old Town (yes we know, another Old Town) and rested up for our last night in Sarajevo. Our new travel best friend, Sam, was heading for Rome the next day and we were leaving for Belgrade. After TWO WEEKS of travelling with him it was time to say our sad goodbyes. What better way to do that ...
Sofia wasnt a bad place. How ever as we spent only one night there we had very little time ther. We spent most of the day driving there and left early the next moring. We did have a short walk about in the city to see a few sights. Our hotel rooms were amazing. Would have been orsum to stay another ...
After running errands with my parents for most of the day I finally got to visit my brother in the late afternoon! Last time I visited in 2009, I met his girlfriend Yulia and my niece Zariya, who was only 15 months old at the time. Zari is now almost 5 and has a little brother, Sami, who is 3 and whom Yulia was pregnant with last time I was home! I had seen pictures of him and he looked like a ...