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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was so nice especially for Sinisa and probably his old Baba who stayed up till 1230 with us! She finally got her jammies on (which was so cute as I had only seen her wearing her black clothes) and she made the couch and tucked herself in! Ummm Sinisa is that our cue?? Off to bed in a big room with a huge amazing bed the only sounds outside are.. wait nothing there are NO sounds!!! Wow, the sky is lit by stars and we are in the country it is ...
... to hydrate and get out of the sun for a bit. After awhile we went out for some tasty pizza on the beach, and went back down the the lounge chairs and watch the sunset. Had another pleasant evening walking around Potos and relaxing in the room.
Our time was up in Thassos Island, and in the morning after eating some great pastries at the bakery we packed up and headed to the bus stop to get a bus back to Prinos. We bought our ferry tickets back to Kavala. This time on the ...
... after leaving the forest and nobody else at the top so had the place to myself. Took 3 hours to get up and then 1.5 hours down. Managed to hitch a lift from the Visitor Centre all the way back to Bitola after waiting only 10 mins or so. All in all a fab day and only cost me 50p for a cappuccino at the visitor centre and 30p for a packet of crisps for my lunch. A fantastic and cheap day out ...
... in another way it ****** me off!!!
We met up with his grandfathers son, we had a fabulous night with him we moved to literally a hundred paces a way form whee we were sitting having a drink to another place and it was 10x cheaper! It was so nice for Sinisa to catch up with him and he tried to speak English with me he was so crazy and had such a good vibe that the night passed so fast! Thank goodness baba wasn't waiting up for us ...
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Stories of crime, corruption, and the mafia that are associated with many of these newborn nations should be enough to scare anyone away. There is no doubting the veracity of these stories; it's happened many times in Central and Eastern Europe when a country rapidly disintegrates after the fall of a government - a power vacuum forms, allowing those that are organized, quick to react, and ...