Hotel Bleart

Shkembi Kavajes, Durres, Albania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Shkembi Kavajes, Durres.
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    Travel Blogs from Durres

    Durres with Sotmir

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Nov 15, 2013

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    Durres, sunny 20 degrees

    I was out early for a half hour walk, went down toward the port area. There are 6 congregations in Durres, the one here is called Porti.

    Breakfast is really nice, Sister Eva makes her own butter, cheese and jams all excellent. No packaged milk here - cows milk straight from the cow. I eat a lot but are reminded not to be shy. Sounds like Dianne's mum. Very nice though also like Dianne's mum..

    The group is at 9.00 right ...

    Italy and Mercedes...

    A travel blog entry by adambrownell on Nov 06, 2011

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    ... clean city with many bars and restaurants with huge Italian influence, you could spend some time here soaking it in.

    We stayed at Hostel Albania, although I would rescommend staying at Tirana Hostel. Our's was fine for 10.00 euro a night - although I think Tirana would have been better located. I guess that's what you get for listening to a novice American traveller..
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    Greece!

    A travel blog entry by gregdenton on Sep 01, 2011

    ... more interesting in real life, books just make it boring!  I ended up climbing atop a rock wall to get my Rocky pose on and nearly fell off the back when 50 mph gusts of wind came ripping thru. It was my closest near death experience.   For dinner, we went into downtown Athens to walk up a cobblestone street for a mile to reach the top of a hill surrounded by restaurants and people seated outside having dinner and drinking ...

    Episode 22

    A travel blog entry by overlandlyn2010 on Nov 13, 2010

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    ... there is an almost vertical drop into a deep ravine. The aqueduct that was built in the 17th century by the Turks is still standing. There is the ‘Lion of St Mark’ over the entrance that means the Venetians were here. Several others before them:

    In this area there are many old olive trees. There is one that is over 2000 years. According to the guide book it is well signposted, well! It may have been when they researched the book but ...

    In Albania

    A travel blog entry by muxlow on Sep 25, 2010

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    The next day we were in Turkey, what an experience this was. We didn't go on any of the tours we decided to go shopping in the markets and everyone tried to sell me a leather jacket. I made the mistake of shaking one guys hands and he actually dragged me into the store and had me try on jackets. We then got lost and walked down one of the streets a second time and one of the shop keeps recognized us and thought we ...