Hotel Arvi

Address: Lagja 1. Rruga "Taulantia", Durres, Albania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lagja 1. Rruga "Taulantia", Durres, is near Kruja Castle and Skanderbeg Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Durres

      Durres with Sotmir

      A travel blog entry by greghahn on Nov 15, 2013

      9 photos

      ... marble fittings, stairs and floors. Done up it could be the ultimate hotel or wedding venue. We wander through it with the kids, one of whom wants me to take a picture of him. They head off waving their goodbyes and we climb to the top of the palace. It is a great view of the sea. To prove my earlier point, as we wander out a car pulls up and a bride and groom get out for some pictures.

      We wander back into town. We check out the venetian tower and main square ...

      Albania... Nil Points!

      A travel blog entry by ladieswotyacht on Sep 10, 2013

      11 photos

      ... never seen a more muddled place with random shops and bars. An Irish themed pub next door to a cafe and betting shop with canaries in cages outside. Women’s fashion shops with clothes which look like fancy dress hanging in the window and a miniature Eiffel Tower statue on the corner of the street.

      The Lonely Planet list three attractions here to see:

      1. The Roman Amphitheatre
      2. The Historical Museum on the waterfront (recently ...

      First day of touring

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 28, 2011

      ... small actually. It had all the usual mosque things but wasn’t very elaborate as mosques go. I asked if I could take photos and Klodi say “why not” but I did not use a flash as there were people in there worshiping. We didn’t stay long because it wasn’t large and we hoped to see a few other things.

      On the way out, the same woman and girl talked to Klodi for a while. ...

      Episode 22

      A travel blog entry by overlandlyn2010 on Nov 13, 2010

      5 photos

      ... narrow lanes with modern houses. There is a statue of Nikola 1 astride a horse; I think he was the one who finally defeated the Turks in the 19th century. Just two blocks from the very centre in a gully are numerous allotments where people grown their fruit and veg.

      We headed south to Lake Skadar. This is one of the larger lakes in Europe, it is half in Montenegro, and half in Albania. It is an important breeding ground for many birds, some ...

      All work and no play

      A travel blog entry by foodnut on Jun 15, 2010

      31 photos

      ... farm land in proportion to family size and collective plot use. Small plots were distributed to assure equity among the farmers, encourage crop diversification, and lower the risk of production failure. However, in some cases local officials left land with the then-current users or attempted to restitute property to former owners. State-owned land was initially distributed to ...