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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... my friends arrival tonight. From the window was a strange building like an Embassy with a uniformed person on guard but the hotel didnt know what this building was.
Ferry train and plane to Oklahoma I start my journey for Oklahoma. I can not book my ferry ticket online and do not want to pay for a taxi to the port if I do not have a place on the ferry. So Dashamir walks me to a travel agent and I book a seat on the ferry. I then return to the apartment and pack my bags. Dashamir is so kind, he calls me a taxi and packs some food for my journey. He rides in the taxi with me to Durrës. I check in and clear customs and immigrations. The port ...
... treasures. It also had numerous displays on show from different eras, including Pre-history, Illyrian, the Skanderberg era (including a replica of his massive sword), Ottoman, World War One and the King Zog I era, World War Two, the occupation by the Italians and then the Nazis, the resistance by the Partisans and finally the Communist dictatorship era under Enver Hoxha.
After brushing up on our Albanian history, we had pretty much seen all of Tirana and it ...
... we were supposed to bargain for items and it was expected. The lady came up with something like 10 euros a pair of socks each. My daughter found 2 pairs and I was going to bargain but when I started, she turned to Klodi and he chattered away with her and turned to me and said she would only let them go at 18 Euros rather than 20. Sometimes I have found a guide does more harm than good in bargaining. We found ...
... the road edge.
Albania has had a troubled and difficult past that has left deep wounds. Up until 20 years ago there were no cars to drive down the narrow roads, just donkey carts and bikes. The people lived through the worst type of communism, stuck firmly behind the Iron Curtain. Religion and private enterprise were banned and of course nobody could visit or leave. In 1992 with communist rule over, the country became a "free for all" with huge smuggling rackets ...