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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... your own family. For example, because we are Arbri's guests, if anyone would hurt us, he would treat them as if they hurt his own sister. They also have very strong family ties, which is very cool. There is also a lot more about the hospitality, but it is hard to explain, but once you are the guest of an Albanian, they will treat you very well and with honor. It is really amazing. So yeah, Albania is pretty awesome, and I like it here a lot. Quotes for the week In English you ...
... alleyways to explore . We went up into the hills to a monastery which was pretty amazing. How these buses get along is pretty scary one lane and everyone wanting to be first. Again beautiful beaches, crystal water but all pebbly as per European beaches but still very inviting . Corfu is full of olive groves and a lot of it seems a bit rundown . Again we had a lovely lunch in a taverna and then back on the boat The boat, or I probably should say ship, ...
Today is our first full program day!
The sun fought its way through the clouds this morning as we ate a lovely buffet breakfast on the patio at the hotel restaurant. Afterwards, we walked around the resort and down to the waterfront to dip our toes into the Adriatic Sea.
Our group met in the lobby where we were introduced to our city guide, Eniko. We also got to meet our last two group members, Linda and Jim. We found out ...
... I met a tour group from this small cruise ship, ( the little ship in front of the ocean liner in this attached photo) who were touring the Balkans together. Mr. Kramer, a handsome, well muscled gentleman traveling with his lovely wife, Sarah, tells me he is 64 years old, and he is the baby of the group. The tour guide was kind enough to show me the shortcuts, and let me follow his group. I mention to the group that I'm loving this ...
... the fall of Ancient Rome. A hilltop fortress stands guard to signify its turbulent history while inside, defensive walls are small piazzas and narrow cobblestone passages that lead to many shops and eateries. There are also beautiful churches that date back to the year 1100. The views of this Ancient Greek city are breathtaking. During our tour through Kotor Bay by speedboat, ...