Hotel New York
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... caves, you can only go 80m in without hardcore equipment, and then had lunch in the village and played cards with a local boy while waiting for the bus. From there we headed to Berat, a cute old town further south with Mike, a Scotsman, who we had met in Shkoder and bumped into in Tirana. It was an eventful bus journey having to pull over on highways etc several times for Brad to throw his guts up. Luckily the bus driver liked Brad. Berat was cute, ...
... the hillside of Berat, smelling its flavours we walk through a 4th century BC castle ruin.
Butrint a beautiful ruined oasis perched up on a hill surrounded by water, dating back to the 6century BC, the condition is amazing including that of the Moaisacs in the baptism area dating to 6 cent AD as the early Christian church advances. (frothing on history at the moment:). Its Venetian castle over looks ...
... largely due to the fact that Hoxha was a lunatic. There was a culture of paranoia fostered by Hoxha, which included building tunnels, nuclear bunkers under government buildings and civilian apartment blocks, and underground arms factories scattered all around the country. I even read something about a massive network of bunkers and tunnels beneath the town of Gjirokastra, which the locals are hoping to open up as a tourist attraction.
One of the most ...
... cobble stoned road (in the very hot sun) to the fortress at the top of the mountain overlooking the town. This fortress is the only one in Europe to still be inhabited (as in people actually live here with houses, shops, streets etc), possibly even in the world so it's very different to see compared to the other fortresses and castles which are purely just tourist destinations ...
Is how Klodi explains why Albanians all seem to be racehorse thin. I like to think it has something to do with the raki, liberally applied from dawn to dusk, the huge mountains that Albania is built on (and every castle is at the top of one of them) and maybe the giro.
I can hear you asking “what’s the giro?” and possibly with my spelling it might be a little difficult to find. It’s the early ...