- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with MK2MK came to Albania to talk about what they do. They said that as an MK, its really hard to really own your faith. So far I feel I have been living the faith that my parents have. This opportunity is the ideal way to help spread the news of Jesus Christ, and help me at the same time! I shall try to post about once a week while I am still in school, but once done and on the trip, I will try to write more than that. ...
... many artifacts from Illyrian and Ronan times which are very interesting. Finds are there from Durres, Ulpiana and Butrint that I have been to among other sites such as Apollonia. Very interesting. It also has links to the later Albanian fight against the Ottomans, including the battle of 1389 in Pristina mentioned in an earlier post. Still very interesting. Then it linked into the wars of the 20th century and the communist regime which did not interest me as much but ...
... walk to his place. Later on in the evening we went on a walk all around the town. At the end oft he night I was quiet tired and still very worried about Lucy Belle as she was not getting any better. The next day we walked around even more. We walked to a lake in the town and then back to the city center. We eventually took a bus up part of a hill and then walked rest of the way up to a cable car. We took ...
... our tour found a hand print in blood in their room. Our room had been broken into, and the striker was sheered through so that the door could be pushed open by hand and would not lock. When we complained, the cleaning lady rustled up a new striker in record time (hmm, perhaps this is a regular problem??!) and proceeded to screw it in with the end of a teaspoon......only in Albania. The bar of the hotel overlooked the whole city of Tirana so we had a few beers and watched the sun go down.
... passengers disembarked at a traffic circle at 2:55, and then we reached our destination at 3:00. Despite being the capital of Albania, Tirana has no bus station, so were let off on the side of the road near the dilapidated train station.
Mom and I hailed a taxi. The driver didn’t know our hotel, the Best Western Nov, so he stopped and asked a young woman on the street if she spoke English. She said yes. We then explained to her where we were ...