Hotel Vila Silia
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... man of the cloth and not next to the budding film maker so I figured the big guy upstairs would keep an eye on him and therefore on me by proxy.
I met Gus in Dubai without too much of a drama. Then the cluster started. We had to transfer by bus from one terminal to the next. We thought that 3 hours was plenty. We were wrong! Found the bus which was incidentally driven by a mute driver and if he had another brain cell it would be lonely. About ...
... famous people, they have pictures of icons and artifacts, birds and flowers. The coins also have pictures of native animals, plus a stylised sun (like on the Macedonian flag).
- Fields of sunflowers in bloom
- Kale Fortress. This provided some panoramic views over Skopje and was nice to walk around, though part of it was fenced off.
I also visited Macedonia Square, which was very impressive, plus the Museum ...
... and so old, it makes us wonder of the people who passed this was thousands of years before us, and how different their lives must have been. We try to absorb the essence of this ancient city as we admire the architecture and sculptures. All in all, this has been an amazing journey. We caught our bus for the 5 hour ride back to Sofia. It seems like longer than 15 days ago that we reunited. A lot has happened in a small amount of ...
... twenty minutes up the very pretty canyon to the cave. The river was still and quiet with little fog clouds scattered over some places. It was all very pretty and picturesque. Once there, we waited while the driver went down the back and fired up the generator for the lights inside before heading into the now lit cave. The cave wasn't too amazing, but maybe it was, we're just not really cavey people and have seen quite a few now from the adventures in Asia. However it is ...
... were pretty ordinary and so we weren’t prepared for the beauty of the city centre and the old town. But honestly I have never seen so many statues and monuments in one city. Skopje suffered major devastation as a result of an earthquake in 1963 and so there has been lots of rebuilding and then in the last four years they’ve had a beautification project going which apparently initially had a budget of 214million euro and so far has got to ...