Hotel Airport Tirana
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Tirana
... br> At 10.00 I go back and meet the furgon. Among others there is a young Canadian named Glen who is 6 weeks into a 12 month trek around the Balkans and Eastern Europe. I saw him at the castle yesterday so we are following similar itineraries at the moment. We chat, todays furgon ride is pretty boring, no sticks, carpets, tyres or animals, people only. I feel slightly ripped off! Glen and I chat occasionally, he finds ...
... of the city. He told us the history of the city, and pointed out sights such as the National History Museum and Skanderbeg Square.
It was late afternoon when our tour finished, so we headed to our hotel. After a walk up what seemed like the steepest hill in the world (mainly because we were carting along our luggage), we finally reached our rooms. Considering where we had stayed in the weeks prior, the room was amazing. It ...
... half all up after getting our passports stamped on one side and scanned on the other. Our local guide for Tirana joined the bus at the border for the 3 hour trip to Tirana. Albania has somewhat shocked me. The state of the roads, the half built buildings everywhere, the rubbish in the streams and along the roadside, the living conditions, the dilapidation everywhere. It's not just concentrated in a ...
... passengers disembarked at a traffic circle at 2:55, and then we reached our destination at 3:00. Despite being the capital of Albania, Tirana has no bus station, so were let off on the side of the road near the dilapidated train station.
Mom and I hailed a taxi. The driver didn’t know our hotel, the Best Western Nov, so he stopped and asked a young woman on the street if she spoke English. She said yes. We then explained to her where we were ...
I woke up very early because I wanted to cycle back to Fushe-Arrëz and try to find the Swiss army knife I had lost the day before. At six I was in the centre of town but the greengrocer was a tidy man and all the paper boxes were empty. I looked around and I soon found the lost things in a nearby garbage container. I bought something for breakfast and then I returned to our camp by the river.
Anita and Aron were still asleep but I had ...