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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... we ever excited. So to save having to pay for carry on luggage we fit everything we had with us into 42 by 32 by 25 cm. That is not very big at all, so we wore all of the clothing we owned. We looked so chubby, and layered. It made for some good laughs. It wasn't too bad for heat until we landed in Macedonia! 37 degrees and humid! We were desperate to find a bathroom so we could de-layer. Now I missed the part about landing in Macedonia. That is not ...
... green apple trees. On several occasions, I thought 'just one more corner', hoping to see a cross on high of the two churches or a minaret re the one mosque. There was barbed wire for one stretch, a reminder of past days. The presence of 'beware of dog' signs, gates and pointed fences meant some people had possessions they wanted to protect. Turned at a 'troica' sign, first missing another before backtracking. It was interesting to watch the process to apply concrete. It was slapped ...
How many times have I heard about the beautiful Ohrid? Well, more than once. Definitely.
And I'd always pictured it as a little village clinging to the side of a hill overlooking a beautiful lake. Not quite, but close.
I arrived in pitch darkness – which was lovely for seeing a sky full of stars but the famous lake was still a mystery. Like a Christmas present, I couldn’t peek until morning. And in ...
... made a full circle back at Potos. We winded our way thru amazing views of mountains and sea and stopped at many different beaches along the way. Courtney also drove and really enjoyed it. I had just as much fun sitting behind her while she drove as I did driving myself. After about 2 hours of riding we stopped off in Thassos town and had some frozen yogurt and a greek salad. We ended up riding for a good 6 hours or so before we made it back to our home in Potos. What a great time ...
I have been wondering to myself why people think Albania is such a dodgy country. On the whole the people are very friendly, most people honk and wave, and every few minutes there will be someone shouting (often from a far off hillside) "HELLO!!!!" in a very enthusiastic manner. The kids are all very curious (and this is probably one of the things which makes unprepared people feel uneasy), they often stand in the middle of the road and try and flag you down to ...