Hotel Ferari

Rr. Don Bosko, Tirana, Albania | Hotel
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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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Travel Blogs from Tirana


A travel blog entry by gravittkiki on Sep 01, 2013

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... be able to concentrate and help the village children when all I can think about is Lucy Belle. At this point Lucy Belle is in the hospital and being treated for her liver shutting down. I start looking for a way to go home. At this point I can not get any flights out of Tirana and it looks like it will take my 4 days to get back to Oklahoma where she is. I finally decide though that I am going to go back tot he ...

Day 21 Preveza to Tirana, Albania

A travel blog entry by trogncal on Jul 06, 2013

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... our tour found a hand print in blood in their room. Our room had been broken into, and the striker was sheered through so that the door could be pushed open by hand and would not lock. When we complained, the cleaning lady rustled up a new striker in record time (hmm, perhaps this is a regular problem??!) and proceeded to screw it in with the end of a teaspoon......only in Albania. The bar of the hotel overlooked the whole city of Tirana so we had a few beers and watched the sun go down.


A travel blog entry by me_62 on May 23, 2013

... boring and only ever just pointed out buildings with little or no information. I did like the red and yellow government buildings. Then to our accommodation which was small apartments. Dinner here was fantastic as was the view of the city from the bar. A large storm came over that night which was fun to watch from the bar. Then a little apartment ...

Bus from Shkodra to Tirana

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Oct 04, 2012

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... She looked at our map and directed the driver in Albanian where to take us. I had to ask the driver to turn on the meter. Flagfall was 250 leke ($2.36). The 17-minute trip resulted in a fare of 480 leke ($4.53). The driver wanted 600, supposedly because he didn’t turn on the meter until a few minutes into our trip. First of all buddy, you got lost – we ain’t paying you for that. Second, you tried to scam us by not activating the meter when we got ...

Italy and Mercedes...

A travel blog entry by adambrownell on Nov 06, 2011

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Never would I have guessed but Albania's history is amazing, vast and significant. From the Ottoman era during the 1400's, occupied by Greece, France, Serbia in WW I, allied and betrayed by Musoli in WW II to then becoming a patriotic communist regime for over 40 years until 1991 - the country had it all.

All of this considered, it has been a huge 20 years of ...