Villa Germanoff

Address: Car Samuil 57, Ohrid, 6000, Macedonia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Car Samuil 57, Ohrid.
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      Melink - Ohrid

      A travel blog entry by antsmac on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... Found our way easily across to the otherside without tommy for the most part. Stopped at a supermarket for lunch supplies and withdrew some cash - no idea the exchange I went for the middle amount on offer at the ATM of 2000. Got back to the van and nick then reckoned id withdrawn about £200 - **** we don't need that much! Luckily at the supermarket shop we spend 395 so can't have been the exchange rate nick was working from in the book. Whilst we were there we ...

      Ohrid, Macedonia

      A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on May 12, 2014

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      Monday, 12 May. Another early morning wake up and time to leave Sofia, Bulgaria. First stop was the small buffet set up in our hotel. No coffee means no heart start. (I'll really be glad to get back to my giant mug of Peet’s coffee at home.)

      Caffeine ration consumed, our hearts pumping, checkout complete, we headed to the bus station - on foot. The station is only four city blocks from ...

      Constantinople Rendezvous

      A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Sep 12, 2013

      ... asked him if I could go with them. He said of course. I grabbed quickly ran up to my room and grabbed some money and met them outside. He was traveling with two other girls. I followed them as they looked for a minibus to take us the 46km away to the monastery in the mountains. We couldnt find a bus that was going there so we arranged a taxi. The four of us took the taxi to the monastery and explored it for about an hour. It was an interesting place that was built around the ...

      Are we still in Europe??

      A travel blog entry by rhys_raelene on Oct 08, 2012

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      ... petrol stations.

      After lunch we tackled Tirana, Albania's biggest city. We basically had to get straight through the middle of it and it was mental. Road rules do not apply and to get anywhere to have to basically push in. thank goodness we had bit of Italian driving experience to put us in good stead. The Albanian map we had was not the most helpful so after accosting a few locals for help we finally found our way out of the city! Its worth noting that ...


      A travel blog entry by vanivan on Aug 15, 2012

      20 photos

      ... of Lake Ohrid runs into Albania, and you can literally see the country from Ohrid), Greeks, and Italians around. Hey, I don't blame them - the lake is huuuuge and really, really pretty. The crowds didn't detract from the view.

      On my first afternoon, I walked around the old town, built on hilly terrain leading right down to the lake. Various churches pepper the area, the most famous and picturesque of all being the St. John Kaneo ...