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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
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... herding some goats at one of Hoxha's bomb shelters that still dot the countryside. There was no threat, but it kept the people afraid. They had no access to outside information, and were imprisoned for listening to the radio. If Harper gets re-elected, he'll be building these in the next four years, except his will be a lot more expensive. Nowadays we do have access to information, but will it make a difference?
Anyway this man had some land that ...
... she puts down next to me between her and me. I then sit there rest of the night. I feel like with this lady and her friend there I could have fallen asleep but I don't, I stay awake. She tries to talk to me a few times and shows me her magazines but I have no idea what she is saying and I just smile and shake my head. The night turns out to be quiet amusing. I several groups of guys try to rob a guy sleeping on a bench. Another guy sees this happening and starts yelling at the ...
... us of some of the buildings are we are driving. He points out some very traditional Communist buildings. He always says “communist” and it wasn’t until much later in the trip that I realized their dictator was when they had their communist period and they were never actually part of the Soviet Union.
Buildings were all the same and all painted a rather dull gun metal gray during ...
... to go out nearly every night! Having fun friends to do stupid things like dressing up pregnant and going to the shopping centre, Aus vs UK bantering on rugby games, balls to dress up for, and seeing my colleagues let their "hair down" in very traditional dancing were some of the highlights. Albania was also voted Number 1 in the top ten Lonely Planet guides to travel to in 2011.....so, I hope the tourism will ...
... To get onto that path we would probably have to go back to the bottom and start again. That, we didn't do.
We did however, drive up the mountain taking this route to Cetinje the former capital. If we thought the views were good from the fort, then those from this road were stupendous as the route climbed to 950m on a switchback route up the mountain side. From near the top most of the Bay of Kotor was visible despite there being some haze. In ...