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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElysee Tirana
Hotel was very close to the Bllok area with plenty of restaurants and bars, nice three lined streets. Walking distance from everything. The rooms were okay, not special, but most have nice balconies. Staff was very helpful and extremely friendly.
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Let's face it, I'm no true rebel. Sure, I'll get do the odd thing like change a regular lunch order once a year ....... But enter a seriously developing country like Albania? I just took things to a whole new level in my books. Our greeting on the bus this morning was something along the lines of "guys, we are going to Albania, so anyone who has substances on here that they shouldn't needs to get rid of them right now. A guy on tour was busted with a tiny bit of weed last year, so ...
... itching to gobble up blocks of southern Albania. We were told they will pay you several hundred Euros to switch your nationality from Albanian to Greek. There are thousands of years of friction between the two nations. Southern Albania is said to be the home of the some of the biggest pot growing operations in Europe. Did you know that Albanian horses only need to go over a mountain pass once and they have the route forever memorized ? If you want to ship out pot without getting ...
... on and absolutely none of the waiting. The bus had only just started running in the last few days so it was good timing and even better on the timing front, it was leaving in 30 minutes.
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... sites & photos. Now I just need to go back right to the start & enter in everything...this will be done on my bus days. Today we leave Meteora in Greece for Albania. For breaky had boiled egg, cheese, yoghurt & peaches before making our way for the bus. The drive was very very long (actually a long day for me). I slept a little which I was trying to stay awake for as I want to sleep well tonight. We stopped for a quick stop before heading to the Greece ...
... while one guy stood next to him! We rearranged ourselves as people got out but it was a funny ride. The day ended with a few drinks at the hostel and a few yarns with the 3 other kiwis that were staying there.
The next morning we caught an 8am bus to Saranda. It was pouring with rain and this had us a bit worried. It turns out our worry was well-founded. The drive was terrible, the roads were like dirt tracks and the weather was shocking. We stopped after a few hours ...