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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palma Berat
This is a new hotel on the banks of the River Osum, but it isn't sterile as so many new properties are. It is simple, but has style and people working here who care that things are done properly. The rooms have great river views. An easy walk into town and up to the castle. Recommended!
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... while my friend went inside.
In the ticket office they were selling town maps. My friend then said he knew where ...
... the driver. City bus was 30 Lek ($0.30) and they told us to get off in a different position from what I had been told earlier. Here there were waiting minivans and we had to wait about 20 mins for it to fill with more passengers.
The furgon (minibus) price was 500 Lek ($5). Albania has a very good highway ...
... the rest of the church. We walked about the castle viewing chapels, statues, and so much more before stopping for lunch within the castle. (People live within the castle and some have small businesses.) Our lunch was family style with Greek salad, stuffed pepper, beef patty with fried vegetables, byrek - one with pumpkin and one with spinach, and eggplant with cheese - all delicious. For desert it was pound cake and cantelope. Then the owner came ...
... cars have now been allowed in, highways are built and industry is springing up en masse.
I lay on the beach of Durres 35kms from the capital Tirana watching the freedom of small business take place. Donkeys walk by with crates of fruit on their side, followed closely by its dark skinned owner, venders also trudge by selling all sorts of items from cards to cigarettes.
The water motions me ...
... been delicious, as it's the same as a thick, rich Turkish coffee. But because of the bad history with the Ottoman Empire, I don't think most Albanians want to call it Turkish coffee ...
Parched, I whipped out my bottle of ****-warm water, ready to take a sip, until I was interrupted by the granny - "No!" she said, almost scolding me, as she touched the bottle. Moments later, she returned with a large bottle of half-frozen ...
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