City Hotel Tirana
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... night that it’s always a guessing game to see how easy or difficult these crossings will be. Our first crossing was leaving Croatia and then a few metres further on entering Montengro. For the first one Martina had to collect all the passports and wait while each one was scanned and then returned to her for distribution, but for the entry into Montenegro, Davor our driver was able to sweet talk them I think and we were waved straight through. What became ...
... results on the TV." It was a weird but cool one! Another good one was the 2-minute percussion piece. Only the percussion instruments were actually just a line of girls bums being slapped! The last one helped end a run of depressing ones with a funny one. It was an animation of what was supposed to be Tom and Jerry (Thomas and Jeremiah, who are lovers) in their old age, being interviewed. Tom pretends to die to get sympathy from Jerry when he finds out he's ...
... for a cousins wedding. That was fascinating to see how it is done Albanian style - each family table has to get up in turn and dance together so everyone had a good laugh at my feeble efforts to follow the steps lol.
Jennie and her husband really looked are me for the next few days and showed me round, took me to a to another family party and made sure I got to see the real Albania- big thanks to both of them for making my visit so memorable. :-) ...
... company up there.
We then went to a revolving restaurant in the SkyTower for the view and you could see how far Tirana stretched out from the center to the tops of the surrounding mountains. Lots of buildings. In the center there are quite a few public buildings, including a large archeological or cultural museum (which we hoped to go to but was closed by 5 pm when we got there) and a culture building that housed the opera ...
... meals that are not included and calculate it to be about $234 so we’ll get 25,000 lek which is going at the rate of apx 104 lek to $1. The staff returns our passports to us. They direct us around the corner to the bank street. Being the capital city there are many banks on almost all the streets it seems so we have no problem finding an ATM. We took one bottle of water from the mini bar and then thought to ask ...