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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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We have drinks in the lovely garden of our hotel before going out to Artigiano Italian Restaurant for dinner. It is in the trendy part of town, and there is certainly a gay vibe among the waitstaff. Our set menu of chicken salad, pizza and pasta tasters, and fruit plate with panacotta is a crowd pleaser, as is Nick - our friendly waiter!
... up guns, hundreds were killed in a spat of anarchy. Our tour guide in the Alps was a very intelligent man. He thought the problem was that impatient masses did not give the poor "bankers" enough time to seed their investments and grow the business they were investing in. I explained the basics facts of Madoff like schemes and the continued nefarious dealing of our own banking system. Today there seems to be a foreign bank on every corner in Tirana. When I first visited Albania ...
... you started so far behind the others, it has not been enough to drag yourself off the bottom; Albania, 26th position.
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... station. So I did. I missed the last bus by 45 minutes so now I had to take a night bus that gets to Sarande at 5 am. It rained for the first time my entire trip so I took refuge in a pizza parlor. A small pizza cost $2.50 and a liter of beer was $.40 so I sat there an ordered a beer every hour and they let me stay and use their wi-fi.
When the bus came I grabbed a seat with no one sitting next to it. This ...
... leke to drive us to Kruja. Having no idea how far Kruja is but knowing how cheap taxis are in Albania, I shook my head. Mom and I walked further uphill, then popped into a travel agency to ask for directions. The young woman working there spoke English and informed us it’s about a 20-minute drive up to Kruja. Whoa, that far? She said there’s no need to take a taxi; there are local furgons that run uphill every so often, so just wait curbside and flag one down. ...