Ferrari Hotel

Rr. Don Bosko, Tirana, Albania | Hotel
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Come to Albania!

A travel blog entry by mickyjohn


... chat, exchange gossip, flirt and connect with your community. What better way to keep depression, anxiety and social fear at bay ? The capital city of Tirana is also a delight. The combination of Italian fascist, Stalinist socialist realism, and recent go go capitalism makes for a very strange mishmash of architectural styles. On the up side you get wide streets, low buildings, no Starbucks or McDonalds and a very lively street life. You are not sure what to make of the ...


A travel blog entry by kyajade


We woke up early this morning to a room mate packing his bags, and rustling around noisily for half an hour (after doing it for about an hour when I was going to sleep last night!) which was very annoying! He finally left and I got back to sleep when our other room mates alarm started going off. Extremely loudly! He took ages to turn it off then snoozed it three times so we got to hear his alarm many times before he rustled around packing up for ages too! But after that ...

The surprise country is....Albania!!

A travel blog entry by christine_n_den


... the city and the horizon. It was a stunning view.

We spent the second half of our four nights in Albania in the town of Berat. Berat is most famous for it's fortress. Perched high on the top of a mountain, the fortress has existed in various stages since the second century BC. While it remains an impressive site today (and still lived in), the ...

Albania, the land of a million Mercedes

A travel blog entry by nickyandian


... then dropped off at the travel agent as tonight was the night of the dreaded bus to Greece. After a nice dinner we boarded a real bus, with real air con and nice seats (what a treat!) and started our 10 hour drive. We got to the border of Greece around 8.30pm where we all had to get off the bus and take all our bags off. Luckily although everyone else's bags were searched, ours weren't because we're kiwis. After a few movies and a couple of hours of very broken sleep we were in ...


A travel blog entry by scatabout

... run down and dirty. The average wage here is 250 euro per month. Mind you after the communistic regime went from this area a family could buy an apartment for 200 euro. For those living on the land they were given a few acres each which was not enough to make a living off so several of them have joined their farms together and try to make a living working together. Some ...


This hotel, located on Rr. Don Bosko, Tirana, is near Blue Eye (Syri Kalter), Ksamil Village, Skenderbeg Castle, and Sarande Museum.
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