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... of constructing them was a drain on Albania's resources, diverting them away from more pressing needs, such as dealing with the country's housing shortage and poor roads.The bunkers were abandoned following the collapse of communism in 1990. Most are now derelict, though some have been reused for a variety of purposes including ...
... I didnt actually do. After that I headed thru immigration and hopped back in the bus. Armenia is mostly a country of mountains and valleys and winding roads. It was a really nice drive for four hours. Its a small country as well and we were able to cover a good amount of it within those four hours. We arrived at the capital city of Yerevan at around 10pm or so. I had found where my hostel was as usual on my gps and I showed it on the map to the taxi driver. The only problem was ...
... unused, although new, modern buildings are being built. People are trying to reclaim what they lost during the communist years. Tirana, the capital city, displays many contrasts. Beside the wide boulevards are potholed roads and brutal multi-storey buildings. The central city area was off limits to all but party members during communist times. Today, it is a busy hub of people going about their business, but not many tourists can be seen. Our local guide took us on a tour of ...
... and people should not be there - such as his son who called to say hello from where he was setting up his grill and saw his father's boat. Zoran told us that boats were not supposed to go close to the shore either because they would be fined - because they could endanger the fish that were spawning. We saw some birds and Tito's villa as well as the prime minister's and the bodyguards' villas. We saw the most expensive property on the shore. We saw ...
... keen to take a shower and get into some clean clothes; the €12 round-trip taxi ride to the airport was well worth it to achieve that goal.
By the time we'd accomplished all that (I must say that that shower was second only to the one I took after returning from a five day camping trip for Bonnaroo), it was already well past 8:00pm and, having forgone lunch in favor of checking out Skopje, we were starving.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking