Hotel Airport Tirana
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Tirana
... a local tour guide who hopped on our bus, which was really good. He was actually quite funny, I would be a little worried for his safety is spoke the way he did outside of the coach. He directed us through all the main streets of Tirana, and showed us how they have painted up all the buildings since the communist regime ended - there were some real quirky designs. He talked about the current situation there - how it is improving but there is still a lot of work to be done. The ...
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... The capital is a compelling advertisement of the rampant poverty in Albania. Decrepit houses, rancid smelling waterways, and filth strewn throughout the roads testify to the living standards. In fact, the United Nations classifies Albania as the second poorest country in Europe (its cousin, Kosovo, is first) and unfortunately it does show quite evidently. Everywhere we walked we dodged potholes, had to weave around piles of rubbish and passed mangy dogs looking for their ...
... of ice cream which was pretty funny. After our Tirana exploration we all got on the bus and headed to our hotel which is a chateau on a hill somewhere in Tirana. Our driver accidentally took a wrong turn and we ended up on a tiny little dirt road. He spent about 15 minutes trying to turn it around whilst all the farming locals came out to get their laugh for the week. One of the locals ended up helping us by ...
... so many Mercedes in my life. Every taxi and van was a Mercedes and at least half of the cars were as well. Apparently a lot of these are stolen and bought into the country and given the fact we saw 1 Mercedes store in 3 days I would say this is true!
We arrived in Shkodra around 11.15 and were greeted by men yelling `Tirana, Tirana, Tirana!` at us. One just walked up to the cab and grabbed my bag out of it! Fortunately we did want to go to Tirana so we jumped in a ...