City Hotel Tirana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... of this part of the world and was not particularly important in Albanian history until being chosen capital of independent Albania in 1920. It’s since become the country’s main city with about a third of the Albania’s three million people in the metro area. I’ve always heard of Tirana as being somewhat of a strange place. When I was growing up it was capital of Europe’s most secretive and repressive Communist dictatorship and ...
... After tearing ourselves away from the warm air and salt spray, we continued north to meet with a fantastic family who all came to know the Lord through TWR’s partner – Radio7. Hearing their testimonies brought tears to my eyes and a passion to help them in the future. After our meeting was over and hundreds of pictures and hugs, we met Pastor Berti Dosti (look up his book - God's Listener - the exciting story of ...
... interest of Tirana, it was much the same as Sarajevo. However were as Sarajevo had a raw rugged and sobering exterior which showed the people as having a spirit of survival after the siege. Tirana has a couple of attractive areas, but generally it is on big rubbish tip. It reminds me of a large scale squat. The people do not seem to take a lot of pride in their ...
Today we made our way to Albania. The drive there is very interesting. The road was pretty much a dirt road which was very fun and interesting taking the bus through. The scenery is really beautiful in Albania. It's so green with beautiful hills and rivers. Once in Tirana we stopped to take a driving tour. Of this tour I missed most of it. The guide ...
... getting married.
- Further south, between Berat and Butrint, there was nicer coastline (though some of it is still not public as its reserved for government - used to be more).
- Swim & eat stop at private little beach area - almost all abandoned due to season ending, but they managed to put together some yummy (but not cheap) food for us and it was a great spot for a swim.