How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bleart Durres
Travel Blogs from Durres
... I get home about 5.30, just in time to watch the second half of Albania and Belarus. Brother Petro loves his football and we seem to communicate pretty well while we are watching it together..
Dinner is at 8.00, rice this evening. Very nice. I take a couple of pictures of the family as I am gently told off for buying the wine and chocolates. Sotmir and I head off to bed early as we have a 5.15 start tomorrow to get the bus and furgon to Sarande.
... with fridge leftovers and downloaded my photos while I waited for the others. In the morning with the news that I have a day off, I decided to get in to town and poach some free wifi but nobody seems to have even heard of it here!
Eventually after a long walk and a great deal of trial and error I have ended up in the Albanian equivalent of the London Trocadero, surrounded by air hockey tables and vibrating massage chairs... what *is* it with the air hockey??
... fine plus he never gets the front seat because he just falls asleep. We have a big van for the trip which is good and another reason why Adventures Abroad was chosen because one of the other companies was just going to put us into a car so all three of us would have been sitting in the back seat. This van was a Mercedes Benz and quite a nice vehicle.
Took us a bit of time to get into the center of Tirana. Lots ...
Albanians are really into the hits of the 80’s and I never realised how many songs there are from that era that I’ve never heard before.
We reached Tirana, which is again an awesomely cool dump, and started looking for accomodation. We found a little hotel near the bus station which was simple and suitable and dumped our stuff. We had a little wander around town and then headed back to rest our weary little heads and dream of furniture shops and petrol ...
... blocks in various stages of building, several of which appear to have been abandoned: There are also a great number of new houses, mostly very large and many in a permanent state of incompletion. What were once just little villages, each in its own cove are now nearly all linked together by these developments. However it is still a very pretty coastline backed by these high craggy limestone mountains.
Sveti Stefan was once just a simple ...