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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Again were set off quite early and spent all day in the car and saw some more stunning scenery en route. Went easily through the immigration process with the help of a female officer who spoke excellent English....and gave us a handful of fresh walnuts...in their shells!
The southern coastal area of Albania has wonderful mountains and …
... which I began to gather and eat with some bread and cheese, an act which provoked the Epirote bystanders of the village to ecstatic laughter and curiosity. Every portion I put into my mouth delighted them as a most charming exhibition of foreign whim, and the more juvenile spectators instantly commenced bringing me all sorts of funny objects, with an earnest request that the Frank [foreigner] would amuse them by feeding thereupon forthwith. One brought ...
... the airport for the night. So I decide that I will just spend the night int he train station in Rome. At 1am the police walk through the train station and kick everyone out. A lady I am sitting next to starts talking to me in Italian and she can tell I do not understand. The police officer translates to tell me the station is closed till 430am and that the lady said not to go to sleep outside as someone will take my things. I say thank you and head outside. I find a place along the ...
... Back up at the castle, we headed inside and into the Skanderberg Museum. Yet another Enver Hoxha’s daughter and son in law creation, it was built in 1987 and had lots of murals, statues and displays on Skanderberg, which were all very interesting.
Next door to the castle, there was an Ethnographic Museum, which was set inside a 19th century Ottoman style house that belonged to the affluent Toptani family. The museum showed off the level of luxery and ...
... time. When they started moving away from that, people started putting some color onto their buildings and the general populace was so pleased that it became a law that you had to declare the color of your building when you applied to build and it was put into your permit and building plans. You could still paint a building gray but it had to be in the plans and documents. Some of the buildings went a ...