Hotel Argenti Shkoder
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çok merkezi bir yerde çok sevimli personeli olan sevimli bir oteldir .Daha dogrusu Otelcilik fakültesinin uygulama otelidir .
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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 …
... stop of the day was at Rozafa Fortress,
the second biggest fortress in Albania, a castle high on hill near the city of
Shkoder, parts of which date to the era when the Illyrians were defending their
lands from the Romans. Much of what’s visible today, though, dates from Roman
and later eras when it continued to be used for defensive purposes.
Shkoder is the biggest city in northern Albania with around
120,000 people. I’m not sure ...
... was it. We laughed at the number of Mercedes-Benz cars, given Albania’s reputation. Arriving in Shkoder, we drove first along a tree-lined boulevard, where a number of shops were open, but the sorts with the roll-up fronts that sell stacks of shoes or car tires. Lots of people were out and about. We found the center of town, near a small quasi-pedestrian zone, and parked our car. (Parking appeared to be free, but it was hard to tell.) We wandered down ...
... to us to read that Greece has the highest road death toll in Europe.
We had planned to stay on Corfu for a couple of nights, but after spending a good part of the day touring we have came to the conclusion that there is bugger all here. Of all the towns and sights we visited around the northern half of the island, only one beach resembled what we expected a Greek Island beach to look like. The towns were tired and unexceptional, but the camping ...
... on picture for description). Then Frances and I were driven to the bus in Shkoder, and headed into Montenegro.
When I was growing up, if someone had told me there's a place where it never freezes and people walk on the beach all year, while 25 miles away the roads are closed with snow for five months of the year, I would have said that's just a story, there can't really be a place like that.
Albania turned out to be more modern than I ...