Travel Blogs from Ohrid
... at his hotel though. Another man bought us coffees after we booked a bus with his company, and then didn't take our money when we tried to pay him back. At every turn people were quick to help us, talk to us in broken English, and everyone seemed happy to see tourists in their country. Also, everyone smokes, all the time - it was kind of scary how many people smoked. Many people seem to just sit in cafes, smoking and drinking coffee. We’re ...
... We then walked to the area of Sultanamhet where the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, and the Topkapi Palace are located. This is the most famous part of Istanbul and where the most tourists flock to. While we walked Courtney bought herself a purse. Right before we entered the Blue Mosque she also bought herself a blue scarf that resembled the colors inside of the mosque. We explored the Blue Mosque for awhile which was my favorite building in Istanbul. The inside had beautiful ...
... fridge and 2 beds and wifi! "Pay the man Sinisa!" and there we had it a place to stay! GREAT! The place cost us 10 dollars a night!!! that's 5 bucks each! Perfect!
Time to go out on the town! First stop dinner and soccer (Macedonia vs Croatia we could NOT miss) Sinisa is hilarious he's been chatting it up with EVERYONE! his friends and family keep saying how hes changed so much and now how he talks so much and he was never like ...
... with a large archeological site all around it.
But the highlight of Ohrid is the little Church of St.Johann or Kaneo, the most photographed because of its location on a panoramic hill at the extreme western side of the city and that is reachable walking along the rocky beach and along some walkways suspended over the lake or through a path on the hill.
Ohrid has also a giant panoramic castle of Car Samoli with long and high walls on the top of the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking