TripAdvisor Reviews Aleksandar Hotel Skopje
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... When he was growing up one side of the river (downtown and the beautiful square) was Macedonian the other side of the river where the old bazaar was, was Albanian and he never really went on that side. Its different now in his country and it seems a lot has changed since he left but its a bit hard for him to digest the changes that both the Macedonians and the Albanians are living more in harmony than they were before.Well he only gave me an hour so ...
... I questioned this as we were only hours away from the crossing and I knew politicians take forever to get anything done. I admired Besnik’s enthusiasm but decided to concede defeat and prepared to cross the border on foot.
Soon after our coffee, we arrived at the bus station, went to the ticket counter and sure enough, we were informed that the border was closed and we could only buy a ticket to the border town. We jumped on the bus and half way through ...
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... from the UK perform! We shut that performance DOWN! A few of us were front row and left a lasting impression on Macedonians via our mastery in dance. I can't help but smile and laugh thinking back on the night!
I have so much more to share, but there isn't enough data in the internet or patience for me dealing with this awful wif-fi to continue! So until next time ya'll! Again, thanks for all the support! Please check my IG for even more pictures!
... were some interesting things I noted. For example, you rarely see SUV's. There are cars, vans, and the occasional small pick up truck.
There is a decent amount of locals that identify with Muslim, and they practice prayer five times a day. While out window shopping, we were able to experience one of their evening prayers. While I didn't see anyone praying, just to hear the prayer over the intercom throughout the city was enough. It was a very ...