Hotel Paradise Beach

Radhime, Km 12, Radhime, Vlore County, 1978, Albania | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Radhime, Km 12, Radhime, is near Kiev-Pechersk Lavra - Caves Monastery, Khreshchatyk Street, Andriivsky Descent, and Andriyivski Uzviz.
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    Travel Blogs from Radhime

    More Albanian Coastline

    A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Jul 12, 2014

    9 photos

    Before I left Albania, I wanted to see some more of the country. I had spent so long here but only seen Tirana (briefly) and Sarande, So I decided to head up the coast for a few days! My scouts had began football hunting for the new season, and Kico managed to find Vlore had a Europa League Qualifier on Thursday night!! (Gezuar Kico)

    I left Sarande Wednesday morning and ended up camping in the remote village of Dhermi. The village of Dhermi is up in the moutians, so I was ...

    Albanian coast

    A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks on Nov 24, 2013

    14 photos

    Spent the morning in Sarande before heading north along a coastal road.Just like so many of the Eastern Europe countries the rubbish is so atroshes it becomes a regular viewing. Even along the beautiful coastline the rubbish is never far from sight. Ben did a fantastic job driving, it's more a mission here than a pleasure. We were confronted with ...

    Casinos and confrontation.

    A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Oct 21, 2013

    28 photos

    ... to feel like we were in a creepy version of the Hunger Games, where the viewing stalls were actually local men, and the obstacles were local drivers, free-range animals, and rule-less roads. We saw more unsettling sights mixed into the same pot as money-men and expensive cars, it’s perplexing. Half the country is in ruins, the other half is boasting; and oddly it’s not split into North v South, it’s in little increments everywhere you go. This country adds ...

    The Riviera - Albania style

    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Aug 18, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... buses. How easy was that? Then 3 hours later I was in Himare.
    Finding the hostel here was also pretty easy. After getting of the bus in the town center I asked where it was and the guy I asked told me the owner of it was his friend. He promptly rang him and he came and picked me up!!!! Bit crazy really as it was only about 200 meters from where I was so I could have walked.
    The ride from Vlores to Himare ...

    Going back North

    A travel blog entry by sixwheel on Jul 19, 2012

    5 photos

    ... initial section to Himara was easy and early in the morning the temperature was also very pleasant. In Himara, Anita was hoping to get the chance to check her emails but of course nothing was open so early. The first difficult uphill comes before the upper part of the town. We got up slowly, knowing we would have drinks in the bar. Then we had to handle the worst steep section of the day, the one where we could hardly hold our brakes on the way here. It turned out ...