Hotel Airport Tirana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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- High-speed internet in room
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Considering Albania was a bit of a hole, we were surprised to find our hotel was the best yet. After a long driving day we had a quick driving tour around Tirana, the capital city. It was our first Eastern European country though so it was interesting to see the contrast in a still developing country. There was ...
... in the tenacity of a people who have retained their culture, language (totally unique in the world) and most of their beautiful land. You can see this best in the faces. A broad full face smile lightens up readily as their eyes meet yours. Were you local, your cheeks would be meeting as well. They walk in such closeness, men with men arm over shoulder, women arm in elbow. As they stroll there is a measured unhurried gate. Their voices have a far quieter and softer tone than ...
We woke up early this morning to a room mate packing his bags, and rustling around noisily for half an hour (after doing it for about an hour when I was going to sleep last night!) which was very annoying! He finally left and I got back to sleep when our other room mates alarm started going off. Extremely loudly! He took ages to turn it off then snoozed it three times so we got to hear his alarm many times before he rustled around packing up for ages too! But after that ...
... checks were quite swift though and no hiccups meant we arrived in Albania in good time.
The country is far from the beauty which we have seen over the past 2 weeks... Unfortunately there is rubbish strewn everywhere and much of the country lives in poverty. Arriving in Tirana in the late afternoon followed by a bus tour certainly showed the contrast with other European countries.
... the morning hours we stopped at some bars and at a river with small waterfalls and pools under them. It was a great place to refresh ourselves. We spent our daily siesta by a bridge and then started the climb of the day after four. We had to cycle uphill for around ten kilometres but this time it didn’t feel so tiring. Maybe these hills weren’t so steep or perhaps we were getting fitter.
Finally, we made a mistake at a ...