Hotel Dolce Vita
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... So with a very full tummy we walked around the town. We had had to pay to enter the town as it is a Unesco World Heritage site. It was beautiful although even here they have a problem with rubbish. I just can't understand it, this is a tourist place, unbelievable. It is a walled town (10 hectares) that used to have a fort there as well. The ruins of the fort are still there and the town still functions ...
... A furgon came along a few minutes later. We boarded at 12:02 and it took 21 minutes to climb up to Kruja. Our furgon was pretty empty; just three old men aboard when Mom and I got on, and then a couple others hopped on further uphill. This ride cost us 100 leke (94 cents) each.
After arriving in Kruja at 10:23 p.m., Mom and I walked through the extremely narrow cobblestone lanes to the Skanderbeg Museum. Opened in 1982, the museum honors Skanderbeg’s ...
- Not so nice - some nice government buildings, museum, library etc, but otherwise everything old and underdeveloped.
- Mother Theresa statues everywhere, because her family was from Albania.
- Nice picturesque old town, city of a thousand windows b/c houses on hill.
- Small Medieval area in town with a few buildings we could go ...
... went for a hard earned drink! Amazingly the trip down had only cost less than 20 euros for each couple so we decided to head to a flash restaurant for dinner. It was insanely cheap to eat here, we shared 2 starters between the four of us, each had a drink and a main, and shared desserts for a grand total of £6 each. We shared icecream for dessert and couldn't believe that the flavours were boysenberry and another one that tasted exactly like Hokey Pokey!
The next ...
... kind of cool, a lot of families out as well, everyone just chilling chatting- kids running everywhere etc. A football match was on (can’t remember who) but the local TV seller had put a TV on the verge and all the men were crowded around watching this, meanwhile all the girls kept parading behind them getting zero attention. Stayed 2 nights and then headed to Tirana- the capital.
Tirana: bus dropped us in the middle of nowhere so had to ...