Hotel Adriatik

Shkoder, Albania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shkoder

Cheese dreams

A travel blog entry by jane.hebiton

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... road trip ahead of us. We have a good ...

Take the weather with you

A travel blog entry by jane.hebiton

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Making the very most the sun that is supposed to be somewhere else at the moment by heading to the hills.

Staying in a teeny tiny little called Tropoja – made famous by the movie Taken 2. The lengths I will go to to extend my holiday. However it's also the perfect launch pad for the Valbona National Park –basically the Albanian Alps. ...

Celebrity Status starts now!

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures

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EM_TY adventures continues:

The pitiful penniless paddock had really frazzled us. So far, we had been comfortably making our way through European countries which really only had slight variations, and a fair bit dirtier, than our own existence back home. We were beginning to feel that we should have read more on Albania than just it's potentially rigorous border crossing. In addition, we had no idea where we were headed, had no map, and no roads were loading onto our ...

Shkodra (Shkoder), Albania (25-28 August)

A travel blog entry by la.adendorff

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The first activity for Day One in Shkodra was to visit the Castle of Rozafa at the top of the hill above town. This trip seems to be becoming a bit of a tour through fort and castle ruins through eastern Europe, but it continues to be fascinating. The views from the top of the castle down over Shkodra, surrounding towns and Lake Scutari (the largest lake in the Balkans and which sits between Albania and Montenegro) were beautiful and luckily the day was quite clear so the ...

Parga to Tirana, Albania!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard

Back on the bus bright and early, today we were heading for Albania! The land of men on donkeys, 1950s Mercedes and stunning mountains. As we crossed the border into Albania we also discovered it is the land of terrible driving and pretty much no road rules! Back in the 1990's Albania was pretty much a mess, no structure and pretty much no rules. Since the Balkan war it has come quite a long way but is still very much behind the times and lots of ...

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