Hotel Argena

Address: Lushnje City Center, Lushnje, 1233, Albania | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Lushnje City Center, Lushnje, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Lushnje

Breaking Through Hard Line Communism

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jul 20, 2015

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... So what this means is this company would rather have phone in customers than prepaid customers and 10 of us don't get on the bus. We go to information seeking refunds which turns into an hour dispute between the bus station and the bus driver about him not honoring paid tickets. Eventually they refund our tickets and tell us that if we get on the next bus to Uncii we should make it to connect for a different bus to Skopje from there. Luck is not on our side tonight and ...

Exploring Triana

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 09, 2015

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... the museum was not air-conditioned, it was very hot. We then walked past the statue of Skanderbeg in Skanderbeg Square in front of out hotel. We visited the Church of the Resurection, an Orthodox church. It was very new and very beautiful. We then had a coffee break at a restaurant in a nearby park. Jean and I went to an Exchange office to switch some Euros into Albanian Leks. The Exchanges have a better rate than our hotel. After our drinks, I had a 7-UP, ...

Flight to Albania

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 08, 2015

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... but hey, I didn't have a connection and I'm on vacation. Don't sweat the small stuff. At least the plane took off, unlike 4500+ United flights that didn't today because of computer problems! Albania is a small country, about the size of Maryland. Also, small airport, only 6 gates of which all are walk down to the tarmac types to enter Passport Control. No forms to fillout, just show them your passport. ...

Albania, the land of a million Mercedes

A travel blog entry by nickyandian on Sep 13, 2012

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... ahead to see people all over the road. We were made to get off the bus and saw the road was completely covered in mud. This meant we had to walk across it while the bus followed. I was last in line and was focusing on not sliding off the cliff (jandals and mud are not a good mix) when I heard the other 3 screaming at me. I turned to see a truck heading down the road with the back of it sliding quickly across the road and straight for me. After freezing for a second I ...

Albania at 28mm

A travel blog entry by viaggiatore87 on Feb 22, 2012

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... were stolen abroad, and brought to Albania; because Albania will issue license plates without doing checks on the papers of the cars or checking them against international police databases of foreign stolen cars, the cars roam free within Albania, but are liable to be confiscated by customs at the border. And why Mercedes? It seems like that particular choice is just a status symbol consensus.

Anyway, what have I been doing in ...