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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... old Turkish bridge. I was done for the day so went back to the hotel to get out of the heat.
The next day on Tuesday I was planning a day trip to the coastal city of Durres. Along the way I was going to visit the National Museum right at Skanderbeg ...
... 700,000 bunkers were built during communist times and remnants are visible through out the city. Standing in the park best known to locals as “the checkpoint” I am faced with a piece of the Berlin wall donated to commemorate fall of communism, the entrance to one of the abundant bunkers, and archways from a POW miner camp. A somber remembrance of the past and the sorrows that came with it.
Out of all of the places I have visited thus far Albania is ...
... with MK2MK came to Albania to talk about what they do. They said that as an MK, its really hard to really own your faith. So far I feel I have been living the faith that my parents have. This opportunity is the ideal way to help spread the news of Jesus Christ, and help me at the same time! I shall try to post about once a week while I am still in school, but once done and on the trip, I will try to write more than that. ...
Tirana 17 degrees, cloudy with sunny periods
Early walk out of the way, I had breakfast in the hotel at 7.45. A nice place and the family wait on you hand and foot. After that I head down to the square to find a bus out to Bethel.
I find one which is very full but manage to get on. It heads out and I know to get off at the Vodafone building. All easy and there is a walkway over the main road. There are many more buildings around Bethel than when I was last here in ...
... The capital is a compelling advertisement of the rampant poverty in Albania. Decrepit houses, rancid smelling waterways, and filth strewn throughout the roads testify to the living standards. In fact, the United Nations classifies Albania as the second poorest country in Europe (its cousin, Kosovo, is first) and unfortunately it does show quite evidently. Everywhere we walked we dodged potholes, had to weave around piles of rubbish and passed mangy dogs looking for their ...