Hotel Ferari

Rr. Don Bosko, Tirana, Albania | Hotel

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Tirana - Big City with Lots of Cars

A travel blog entry by dmarek


Sasha at Luccia Apartments had supplied us with tons of food for a picnic lunch plus breakfast. I ate my yogurt, croissant & orange for breakfast with orange juice and saved the egg, a bit of cheese and some ham for lunch plus I took all the green olives. We left in a hired minibus for Albania and drove north of Lake Ohrid.

I was …

Sunshine and thunderstorms

A travel blog entry by greghahn


... and talking itself up a bit.

It is about 3.00 and a massive thunderstorm is brewing. I am safe and dry as it hits about 3.15. At about 4.30 all has passed and I head out again into the southern part of the city. All good but I am home fairly early as my legs are sore from the climbs of the last couple of days. Getting old I guess.

So not much to report today, I fall asleep at 8.00 safely snug in Tirana.


Coach Prepared me Well

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca


... the bus, flies), but air-conditioned and more comfortable bus. Unfortunately, it plied much of the same route I took to get here, so I didn't see much new.

Albania is fascinating. It had a socialist dictator, Enver Hoxha, for 40 years after World War II. He was a brutal ******* who, if there were such a thing as Hell, deserves its most cruel and painful punishments, but he does have ...


A travel blog entry by nomadic1


My five year old guidebook had this to say about Tirana, the capital of Albania:

The traffic does daily battle with both itself and the pedestrians in a constant scene of unmitigated chaos. On any given day the roads seem to be dug up. It can be hard to tell where the roadwork ends and the potholes begin.

What a difference five years can make. I stepped out of the furgon ...

Our fly-by visit of Albania

A travel blog entry by craigandlauren


... this reputation. It is clearly a poor country - a lot of the regional areas are covered in waste and there were a surprising number of unsealed roads leading to the capital (not helping the bus ride I mentioned). But the people were so friendly and helpful, and when we got to Tirana we felt it had a really upbeat vibe about it.

We were up and out to get to Montenegro for the next night so only had one night there, but we did develop a ...


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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