Hotel Pik Loti
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Albanian hours and logic again.
I wander down about 8.30 to where the old missionary home is, now a Kingdom Hall complex. There are some young brothers outside heading off to do some work. One of them Jerti speaks some English so I am able to say hello and introduce myself. They head off after a few minutes and then a brother and sister come out with a literature cart, I would love to know where they are heading but we can't quite connect We try some Italian, I ...
... the size of an apartment, with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, and living room. There was more than enough space for Laura, Lisa, Siobhan, Steph, and I to spread our stuff and still be completely comfortable. Being situated on top of a hill also meant that we had the most amazing view of Tirana from our balcony window. We had a three-course meal for dinner at the hotel restaurant, before heading back to our rooms for the rest of the ...
Montenegro - although didn't stay a night, we spent most of the day in the country of Montenegro - it only has 700,000 people and is only just developing. The resort town of Budva is right on the Adriatic coast and new hotels are going up everywhere. According to people who are supposed to know, it's going to be the new place to go along the Adriatic - It's certainly a beautiful place. We took some great photos of Sveti Stefan a 6 star ...
... and Anita bought a little bottle of genuine Vlore propolis.
For the next fifteen kilometres, we just needed to stop the bikes from getting too fast. We realised how much more difficult this side of the mountain was to climb and soon we arrived at the small bar where we camped on our way to the sea. We stopped to have something to drink and to say hello to the friendly owner but he wasn't around. After another ...
... and get back our passports. It was only the 4 and 5 star hotels that ever wanted our passports. At first, we thought it was like old Europe where you had to turn in a passport and register with the police but it was just policy to avoid someone stealing their mini bar supplies.
We are on the 8th floor with rooms next to each other and overlooking the main square. We can hear a lot of noise coming in from ...