Hotel Airport Tirana
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to the blog then we changed and headed down to dinner. Dinner was delicious – forgot the photos again – but an apple, avocado and lettuce salad with I think maybe mozarella cheese sprinkled on top, then steak with little stuffed potato things, then a fluffy pastry with Chantilly cream and fruit for dessert.
This is the first hotel where we haven’t had free wifi in our rooms. It is free in the lobby but you have to pay in your room. I ...
... Chicken. Even the writing was the same as KFC, it was pretty funny! So we headed back to the hostel instead for some more drinks and a chat. We'd picked up another bottle of the same wine from a little kiosk on the way home, but as we took our first sip, realised something was wrong... It was a 2010, not 2011, and it wasn't very nice at all! What a difference a year makes! After a few drinks and a chat with everyone there we headed off to ...
... Albania, a smallish Eastern European country. We spent a couple of days in Tirana, exploring the city, enjoying cheap food ($3 pizzas and $1.50 pints), and more excitingly going on a very long cable car ride up Mount Dajt. The mountain was covered in beautiful trees with the city lying beyond the forest, and finally the Mediterranean Sea filling the ...
... we took a small side road instead of the right one. This led us down to a valley, from where the only way out was on the motorway. (We could also have returned the same way but the road was steep and in very bad condition so we wouldn't have got too far before sunset.) It was not an easy decision even though in Albania it is common practice to cycle on any road and the traffic was very low. Actually, I had to use all my negotiation skills ...
An early start this morning. Crossed from Croatia into Montenegro. Stopped for 2 hours at the old town of Kotor built in the 14th century. As usual all cobbled streets and lots of very small shops selling very overpriced clothing and shoes. Not as nice as Mostar yesterday. This place has to make the most of the tourists who only visit this area for 3 months of the ...