Villa St. Sofija
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... houses and which is gradually being restored more and more and is now a great venue for outdoor shows. After a visit to one more church – from the outside only – which was in a magnificent position above the lake, we went back down to the market place and back to the bus. Davor had already been to the hotel and had all our luggage unloaded so when we got to the hotel it was all in our rooms waiting for us. That is apart from Sam and Steph who were ...
How many times have I heard about the beautiful Ohrid? Well, more than once. Definitely.
And I'd always pictured it as a little village clinging to the side of a hill overlooking a beautiful lake. Not quite, but close.
I arrived in pitch darkness – which was lovely for seeing a sky full of stars but the famous lake was still a mystery. Like a Christmas present, I couldn’t peek until morning. And in ...
... day, after I was served a traditional turkish breakfast, I decided to go on an adventure to see the caves up in the mountains. I set out first to the bus station to buy a ticket to Istanbul. After purchasing the ticket, I started on the long way up the mountains toward the caves. It was a gorgeous walk. I went first through the city and then into some neighborhoods. Once I got to the end of the neighborhoods, the road entered into the mountains and I followed the winding road up ...
... The next 250km or so was done on the empty motorway that followed the coast at an average speed of 130km/hr - just fantastic! It also only cost 3.4euro for each bike, brilliant.
We arrived in Alexandropolis in great time and found a camping ground, once again in a perfect location – right on the shore of a lovely beach.
After setting up camp we walked into town to find a place to eat. The town was busy and provided great people watching. ...
... and the ones that are still open would certainly beclosed by our health authorities – I certainly wouldn't eat at them. Came across a town that the Chinese built – huge factories covering many acres and when it was finished they never used any of the factories so now the whole town is a white elephant with no work for the people who shifted to this area. We stopped for morning tea at ...