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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Continental Breakfast
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... sites around this prestigious centre square are pretty decrepit and in need of urgent attention. I was not surprised that the place was a bit rugged as they only opened their borders again in 1991, after 40 years of self-forced exile when Enver Hoxha was in charge.
During that time nothing was really built well or with any artistic appeal, and because Hoxha issued a ban on the ownership of motor vehicles (yep, another of his awesome ideas), they had no roads when ...
... stolen cars the average salary of an Albanian is 2000 euro per year and they mostly work in different countries, their national animal is a brown bear because they have so many bears in the mountains and your allowed to have them as pets, Albania is the leading European country for sex slavery, we stayed at a hotel it was on top of the hill and was scary, we had dinner and then stayed at the pool and swam and played drinking games for the rest of the ...
... Tirana at 6 p.m. and arriving into Pristina at 5 a.m. In other words, total absolute hell. So you can imagine how delighted Mom and I were to learn that a new highway opened up recently, slashing the travel time from 11 to four hours. Buses now depart Tirana at 6 and 7 a.m. as well as 4 and 5 p.m. We had planned to travel overnight Saturday to Sunday morning. Instead we opted for a 7 a.m. Sunday bus; we’ll extend our hotel stay one night here in Tirana. ...
... to Sarande. So we decided it was best to find accommodations, unload our backpacks and then continue our pursuit for transportation out of town. We could only find one hotel priced at 100.00 euros with no breakfast - geez we'd been paying average 25 euros/night right from Slovenia to Montenegro!
Our first site of Tirana as we got out of the mini-bus was intimidating but as we walked around to find ...
... a balcony around the second floor with rooms but all the doors were closed. Klodi said the man is still painting as there was an easel and a wet canvas sitting on it with a palette under it. And there were several new paintings that Klodi recognized as being new from his last visit. We could not take any photos though.
Didn’t get back to the hotel though before we got hit in the rear. Klodi ...