Grand Hotel Pristina

Address: Mother Theresa Boulevard, Pristina, 38000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mother Theresa Boulevard, Pristina, is near Atlas Mountains, Dades Gorge, Moroccan Sahara, and Mahmet Pasha Aman.
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    Travel Blogs from Pristina

    Destination: Internationally Unrecognized Country

    A travel blog entry by adellomo on Jul 06, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Albanian Kosovo majority. The subsequent war between Serbia and Kosovo only ended with international intervention, led by the US. Kosovo's independence has been broadly supported by the US, Germany, France, and other members of the EU, but not all of them. Certain members of the EU, which have their own internal succession movements located within their state boundaries, refuse to accept Kosovo as a legitimate state. An example of an unrecognizing state is Spain, which has ...

    Day 4

    A travel blog entry by paulfaci on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... checked in JD's in London, £129. It was bloody hot. I can tell I have climatised to England's weather as just walking down the street with some shopping bags, I was sweating like a *****, and could feel the sun's rays burning through my shirt the sun-burnt skin from the day before... Arber came to my rescue. He was to catch a bus to Vienna today, so we went back to his house to chill out a bit before we took him into Pristina. Putting Arber on ...

    Another day in Fushe Kosove

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Nov 12, 2013

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    ... they want one for the gatherings they have after the meeting. Sotmir and his sisters have directed me to the right store.

    While we are doing calls, we quickly walk to the store. It is flash and in the middle of nowhere, a reminder of what makes Kosovo tick - not a lot makes great sense. I look through the range and I only like one so I grab that along with a kilo of tea. It is Sri Lankan tea and we recall the Don a few ...


    A travel blog entry by msgee on Nov 07, 2013

    ... joints.

    The next day, I went to the Kosovo National Museum after unsuccessfully searching for the Independence Museum and realizing I was walking in the seedy part of town and then leaving.

    Roman ruins and the Don

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Nov 07, 2013

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    ... Lankan man approaches and starts to talk to us. He wants to know why we are in Kosovo and Jasin & Chere mention they have lived here for 4 years and are missionaries. He is intrigued. His name is Don and he invites us inside. We ask him to have a coffee with us and he tells us a bit about business. His card is pictured, he is a little cagey on some things as we believe his business revolves around removing land mines in the ...