Hotel Grand Aita
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Coloseum that was used until about 500AD then part was converted to a church, then was lost until recent excavation has uncovered it. We had some cloudbursts that cut short our walk, but we managed to see the highlights. In Tirana the rain prevented walking so we saw the sites from the bus. The main thing we saw was all the tall buildings that were prohibited before 1990 due to a 5 story limit imposed by the ...
Caught the bus from Sarande to Berat yesterday and am staying at the Berat Backpackers Hostel. It's gorgeous. It is a really old house that was bought by an English guy 5 years ago and has (is still) been done up. It's got vines and cherry trees growing in the terraced garden and has lovely views over the river. The town is a UNESCO world heritage site. Visited both the castle on the hill opposite, and the ruins on the hill above the house ...
... to an Australian chap who was riding a bike around Eastern Europe and also the hostel owner "Scotty". It turned out that Pete had already met him before, 5 years ago at the Polish/Ukrainian border, where two distinct incidents involving cigarette smuggling on a train and a military themed bar occurred (what a small world!). After having a few drinks, I called it a day as my stomach was still not settled but Pete stayed up to 1am to reminisce with Scotty about his early travelling days.
... 10 Euros.
I have no idea why this is, but you just have to chalk it up to being in Albania - stories of the quirkiness of the country are infamous amongst backpackers in the Western Balkans, with tales of oddities such as roadside markets with a dozen stalls, and each of them selling lemons, and only lemons.
Tales of sitting at an outside terrace hoping to have something to eat, only to be told they must eat inside, as outside tables are ...
... supposedly. A lot of it had been destroyed but someone had some foresight to say, wait, this is where Scanderbeg was married so we can’t destroy the entire thing. There are still some monks living there. Also, Klodi challenged us to determine the name of the church. We knew where to look but we don’t know our stories so didn’t know what the picture meant. There was a great clock/bell tower on the outside and ...
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