Villa St. Sofija
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa St. Sofija Ohrid
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... and right by the waterfront. We decided on a room for the three of us, I was just praying that the two men didn't snore all night. We went into town to find some dinner and found a quaint little restaurant with a few people in it and we had our regular salad, goulash, and bean soup. We headed back to our hostel where the boys sat outside in the cold and had coffees while I enjoyed the warmth inside catching up on blogging and a nice hot ...
... come on the walk. Ms Posh Nosh wanted info on Albania; hopefully she'll go along and the Albanians will keep her.
Off along the boardwalk with Daniela pointing out this and that. She was rather worried about the uphill climb and certain stretches [she called 'mountaineering'] so she was doing good CYA stuff today. The BS and U/K are going to do their own thing. At the end of the tour, we will take a boat back to the hotel. Wonder if the restaurants are ...
... black sea. Arriving in Batumi, I got a little sense that this was a buzzing town. I had heard it was the sin city of Georgia, but what I didnt know was how many tourists this place attracts. I made the walk to my hostel after hopping off the bus, and got the last bed in the large dorm room. It was around dinner time and I was hungry so I headed out. I walked down to the sea and found the boardwalk. There were people everywhere having a good time and hanging out eating and ...
After our evening at the monastery, we made our way down to the big and very popular lake Ohrid area. We stayed in Ohrid for a few days and really liked the quiet beauty here. The lake is actually divided and lies both in Macedonia and Albania which we thought was quite neat. Apparently you can boat across from one country to the other!
We had a lovely host here in Ohrid and really loved our visits with him.
Appreciating the people we're meeting along the way,
Leann and ...
... our bus stood waiting on the road, some of us went in and out to see the accident or just to get some fresh air. After a long time, a younger looking man, Antonio, struck up a conversation with me, curious as to what I was doing in Macedonia. He spoke some English - not great, but enough for me to understand kind of what he wanted to say; so we kept our conversation topics pretty basic. I appreciated the effort but I felt bad that I wasn't ...