Diplomat Fashion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... bunker in Albania. Apparently Albania is littered with them – hundred of thousands I think (enough to house the whole population). Our city guide got on the coach at this point. He had so much really interesting information but a couple of late nights and a beer at lunchtime meant I just kept dropping off to sleep. It took us about another 2 hours to reach Tirana the capital of Albania where we’re staying tonight. I managed to finally get myself ...
... to charge us for both meals! Annoying! This USED to be a good restaurant! After lunch we headed back to the hostel where we hung around for a while and had a snooze. When I went out of the room again a bit later I ran into Matt.A, who was keen to find an Indian restaurant we'd talked about the night before, so I went to wake Darren up and we met the Matts downstairs and set off. The map I'd gotten from the Indian restaurant's website ...
... which was apartment blocks all the same look. It is now over 20 years since communist rule and I would have expected some sort of attractiveness. But nothing. Rubbish is all over and anything that is considered a construction site would fail our health and safety. Generally we were over Albania as soon a we entered. Ilian showed us the highlights and ...
... the fourth and final bus I needed to take to get me into Tirana – and I was presented with a clean, orderly city center with immaculate roads and not much traffic to speak of. 'Unmitigated chaos' it was not. I really did expect the country to be a bit rougher around the edges, and as far I could tell in the brief time I spent there it was more or less on par with other countries in the region ...
... e’s pronounced like short 'a’ and accent on second and fourth syllables and all letters pronounced including the last t). Wasn’t until I had him write it in my book that I got good at it.
We learned tonight that Albanian is a unique language, according to Klodi, which means that there aren’t any others like it. But it was an oral language until 1906 or so. As we discovered during the ...