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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... hostel guy said. It was literally 2 blocks away. The logs were stacked and tables were set up in a parking lot across from the Parliament. There was fish, and big doughy buns and lots of hot wine and rakija. And the music blaring from the speakers wasn't the ever-present techno. Instead it was traditional Macedonian Christmas music. They had just had a candle lighting ceremony when we arrived. After some words, everyone put their candle in the ...
... on leaving a 3-4 star rate on tripadvisor, DONT" Sacha told Ash as we parted, heading for our lunch paid with Diners. Macedonian Diners.
Matka as I knew was a singular wooden bat, that Israelis love to hit a squash ball with along the beach endangering passing folk. In Macedonia, Matka is the deepest water cave in Europe, a must for any passing traveler. So we went. Anja insisted on getting Ito a taxi, and we took of with the more reserved, you guessed ...
... years. So not everybody is interested in joining together although some do. They also said the Quran talks about Alexander being given permission to destroy a people following a bad religion
Then I asked again about getting the bus back as I needed to make my way back. One of the guys was going to walk with me which I didnt think was necessary as I knew how to get to ...
I don't know where to start, which is appropriate because Skopje doesn't know when to stop. Skopje is the capital of Macedonia, which bloodlessly achieved independence from Yugoslavia in 1991 (along with Slovenia and Montenegro) because Yugoslavia/Serbia was too busy with wars in Bosnia and Croatia to care. This is the first time Macedonia has ever been an independent country in history, if you don't count a few days here ...
... was f**king freezing, but everything else appears the same. When the call to the quran starts to play then you not only have the sights and smells of an Arabian paradise, but you can add the sounds too. Who would have thought that one minute you could be in a Disneyland version of an old historical European town and the next, in the deep heart of an Arabian souk.
Just to add another confusing but ultimately linking cultural element into the mix, the other ...