Hotel Argenti Shkoder
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- Free parking
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GÜN 66 GÜNLERDEN CUMARTESİ
Seyahat günümüzü 66 ya bağladık...
Sabah toparlandık kamp bizden bir 10 E daha kesti.
Şehrin bu kadar göbeğinde bir yer bulmak mümkün değil .
Vasil bile, stratejik konumuna uyandı..
Yolda bir sıkıntı yok …
... for a bit, found one for 20 euros each, figured it would be rather plain, but oh! was it fancy!! It was like an entire apartment! So much space! We were so happy to have our own space, we really just spread out! We enjoyed two days on that beach. The hotel included breakfast, and it was a super fancy breakfast with sausage and fried eggs and some fried dough things, and pastries. And fruit and coffee and tea and juice! It was very nice, and we felt so spoiled! From there we ...
... A) the hotel is filled with a kind of evil magic power as off "the shining" whereby the taxidermy and hedgerows come to life and Lauren must escape. B) Lauren is kidnapped and something off the movie SAW ensues C) the hotel is owned by a young Albanian prince who fell into a deep depression following the death of his wife. The business has hence fallen into disrepair but he falls in love with Lauren and together new life is breathed into the ...
... People dress normally,
horse-pulled carts are rare, and the evidence of hard-core brands of religion
is minimal – no veiled or even particularly modestly-dressed women and few
restrictions on booze. That’s what’s on the surface, though, observable to a
common traveler. I’m sure it’s a different story for those trying to make their
way on a daily basis through the rampant corruption for which Albania is still
... pullout. It was harrowing, and the fire-truck turned on its siren (briefly) which didn’t help. The road went up over a couple of passes, then into valleys, and we went through a few villages where people sold wine in unmarked bottles near their farms. It was delightful, if a lot of work.
Back at the hotel, we had drinks and dinner (massive portions, which we could not finish, even though we only ordered two meals for the four of us). Then to ...