Hotel Palma

Perballe Lagjes Mangalem, Berat, 1233, Albania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Perballe Lagjes Mangalem, Berat.
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    Travel Blogs from Berat

    Inland Albania

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... walls, with more than 100 people living there. After taking in the view and more of the cobbled streets, we walked back down to the promenade for a drink, while watching the Albanians take part in their evening walk! The following day we set off early for the small village of Bogovë, 90 minutes further inland from Berat. Here we trekked through forest area for an hour, had some form of pointing match with a local as we nearly got lost. Not really sure how to describe ...

    (Water)Falling more in love with Albania

    A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... a series of stools were cramped into the aisle! The roads are also often unpaved and if you think you know potholes wait until you go to Albania! The drivers appear to be erratic and speed merchants but you have to admit that they know the roads well, slowing down before any massive gaps in the road, swerving onto the other side when necessarily almost instinctively.

    The walk from the bus stop to the waterfall took about 45-60mins and was completely off ...

    Town of a Thousand Windows

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Nov 20, 2013

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    ... There is also a medieval centre and all in all a pretty interesting town. I decide to walk up to the castle.

    It is getting a little greyer as I head up. It is a long uphill walk on the cobblestones so I am pleased to arrive. A couple of kids walk with me, they are laughing I think at my huffing and puffing. I pay 100 leke to enter. A man called Tony offers to give me a guided tour for 5 euros as he lives in the castle. I agree as it is much bigger than I thought. ...

    Waterfall tour, Berat, ALBANIA

    A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Aug 17, 2013

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    ... He dug straight in to it, stopping only to comment on how great it was and to try to convince me to give it a go. He was of course unsuccessful. If you are what you eat, then Nathan is surely disgusting! On the bus trip home I got very angry (VERY ANGRY!!!). The bus driver stopped off at a cafe along the way for a few shots of the local alcoholic drink raike. Shots in Albania are two to three times the size of an Australian standard 30ml shot-glass and the ...

    Kermit and Miss Piggy

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 03, 2012

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    ... even then, their times are subject to change. The furgons are often a far more efficient method of transport, as they run more frequently, but they don't leave until full, which can sometimes take an hour or more. Further complicating matters is the fact that there really are no bus stations in Albania, only places where buses and furgons congregate.

    Luckily for myself and an American lady I met in Pogradec, Nikola, we only waited for about 30 minutes ...

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