Europa Hotel

Address: Rr. Myslym Shyqri, Tirana, Albania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rr. Myslym Shyqri, Tirana, is near Blue Eye (Syri Kalter), Ksamil Village, Skenderbeg Castle, and Sarande Museum.
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      A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Sep 25, 2014

      ... months in an Albanian jail before going to trial, and the bus driver and tour guide were strip searched - we don't want to be stripped searched or we're going to be pretty mad" - like I wasn't nervous enough. We were required to get off the bus for passport control to leave Greece, which was when I realised my legs decided they didn't want to work anymore - I managed to stagger to get my stamp, before driving through no mans land for a few hundred meters to the Albanian boarder. ...

      Come to Albania!

      A travel blog entry by mickyjohn on May 31, 2014

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      ... take the horse along the route once clean. Then send the beast back over the route alone loaded up with herb. More reasons to love Albania; The people have an honesty, a strength and integrity and resilience that you find in many populations that work the land. You can sense it inside you on first contact. We met old toothless old folks in their 80's living in tiny isolated Alpine villages smiling with a joy to be alive rarely seen in our parts. The land is extraordinary from ...


      A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Sep 07, 2013

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      ... will “apparently” steal from us, will be dirty and will have no culture whatsoever.

      As soon as we entered the countryside we were not stolen from, there were no dirty people in sight, but as for the lack of culture, I could not comment as I was stuck on a bus. What I did notice though, was the amount of small concrete bunkers scattered all over the land. I was expecting this as the only other famous Albanian that I knew of had littered the whole of ...

      Day 22 ~ Drive day to Albania

      A travel blog entry by travelinsusie on Jul 28, 2013

      ... Once arrived at the boarder we all had to get off a all has to bring our passports, they checked them & they got stamp. Then a hundred metres down was the Albanian boarder, they just wanted our passports (we could stay in the bus). We waited for about 40 mins when finally we got them. Costa had to take them some cans of drink & chocolate like a bribe payment. Finally we where able to goodness! Their main roads where dusty & gravel with obstacles ...

      Albania, the land of a million Mercedes

      A travel blog entry by nickyandian on Sep 13, 2012

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      ... ahead to see people all over the road. We were made to get off the bus and saw the road was completely covered in mud. This meant we had to walk across it while the bus followed. I was last in line and was focusing on not sliding off the cliff (jandals and mud are not a good mix) when I heard the other 3 screaming at me. I turned to see a truck heading down the road with the back of it sliding quickly across the road and straight for me. After freezing for a second I ...