Grand Virginia Hotel

L 13 Plazhi Teuta, Durres, 2001, Albania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on L 13 Plazhi Teuta, Durres, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Couple hours on the road..

    A travel blog entry by bricksadventure on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... through to Montenegro an stopped in kotor for lunch. Beautiful hilly country. Then off to Albania where we met black Betty in durres. 12 hour driving day! The roads in Albania were shocking with m**************s everywhere and CRAZY drivers! Passing blindly or within a second or two of oncoming traffic, never seen anything like it! Finally meet up with black Betty, (reverse of us, done Greece ...

    Halloween Mayhem and Bunkers

    A travel blog entry by hildreth75 on Oct 24, 2011

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    1. Concrete Bunkers: Albania has around 700,000 concrete bunkers. They were simply everywhere! The Albanians we met don't even notice them since they have always been there. Basically an old dictator convinced the people that Albania would come under attack and this was the best way to defend. The engineer that came up with the design told everyone these bunkers were indestructible to tanks ...


    A travel blog entry by gregdenton on Sep 02, 2011

    ... grill!  Suvlaki it was. 6 Euro got two meat kabobs, chips (fries) and a coke.  It's been one of the cheapest yet most tasty lunches of the entire trip!  I think I'm going to open up my own Suvlaki stand when I get back home.  I'll try to re-create it at the next tailgate party.   A few hours later we entered Dubrovnik. It seriously resembled the French Riviera which has been my favorite stop thus far.  After checking into the hotel we headed downtown for a ...

    Episode 22

    A travel blog entry by overlandlyn2010 on Nov 13, 2010

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    ... Orthodox Church was full to overflowing; all the other churches appeared to be locked up tight. The citadel was locked too, shiny new padlocks on the new wooden doors. The narrow lanes are paved with polished limestone and were very slippery where wet. I wonder how many older people especially, slip and break bones on these stones.

    Leaving the coast behind we headed back inland doing another circuit through the mountains that we love so ...

    ALBANIA-first part

    A travel blog entry by vinkor on Oct 14, 2010

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    ... very import greek colony and then roman and then byzantine as usual.
    It is on a green hill overlooking a wide valley and has a lot of ruins separated by mediterranean shrubs and olive trees: the restored front of a temple, a theatre, a mosaic covered for protection by sand, a necropolis, but more interesting is the byzantine church and the museum with roman statues that rest protected under the cloister or in the upper floor under a covered corridor.