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... road with topiary and roses as well as a water lily pond.The chateau has the old kitchen and also much old winemaking equipment. 2 Salvador Dali statues in courtyard are a legacy of previous owner who loved Dali and contemporary art. Was a sculpture exhibition around the chateau and also and excellent photography show in the gallery. Had a wine tasting with Jeannette and usual political chat so an interesting time. Quick steak and frites in ...
... of land have incredible value compared to the ones next door as they are considered to be Grand Cru producing plots. Thousand years experience of the monks etc. mean they know which plots best to produce excellent wine which will age and have complex aromas. Drifted back to car and hotel..Skyped Stuart who is fine and enjoyed the late afternoon sun.too tired to go into town so will do scratch tea with fruit etc. New room good wifi connection so all ...
... been a fantastic decision! My bus left at 8:30am on Monday and we arrived into Skopje at 11:30am, with me gaining an hour. A bonus discovery is that Macedonia doesn’t count as part of the Schengra Visa – woohoo! It means I have more days in November to come back to Europe.
For the first time ever on a bus, for me, we were stopped at the border. All of our passports were collected, reviewed and stamped. We stopped off to visit the duty free ...
... everyone. The Greeks lay claim to it still and won't give up that fight. And it was part of the former Yugoslavia, so the Serbs probably feel it's theirs. And there is a large minority of Ethnic (Muslim) Albanians that don't have much of a voice here. Alas, we skipped it but I would have liked to see the Macedonian Orthodox Christian version of Macedonia's history.
I remember many years ago I saw a small protest in Madison where someone ...
From all the airports I have been to, I have never seen such a welcoming sign as the one awaiting me at Skopje's. "Welcome to Alexander the Great" was inscribed in big bold letters, setting the tone for a GREAT two days in Macedonia's capital.
Early on during our drive to Anja hotel, we realised that this smallish, un touristic country has a very deep history, so deep and filled with wars and empires that recently Greece forces Macedonia to remove 8 of its 16 rays ...