Hotel Prishtina

Address: Vaso Pasha Str. nr. 20 , Pristina, 10000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vaso Pasha Str. nr. 20 , Pristina, is near Atlas Mountains, Dades Gorge, Moroccan Sahara, and Mahmet Pasha Aman.
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    Travel Blogs from Pristina

    Destination: Internationally Unrecognized Country

    A travel blog entry by adellomo on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... were friendly and welcomed us as Americans. I drove down Bill Clinton Avenue on the way to the airport, and was greeted with a massive statue of Bill right on the thoroughfare. We spoke with Kosovo's deputy foreign minister, and he talked to us about how more Kosovo citizens support American foreign policy than American citizens. It is interesting that a place that holds very little value or attention in the eyes of the American public can actually have such a high regard for ...

    Day 3

    A travel blog entry by paulfaci on Aug 09, 2014

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    ... dad is still fascinated by water in the well. the bucket attached is what he used to drink out of as a kid. We visited Dad's father's grave site. Like his mother's, his fathers's grave is non existent, inky identifiable by a couple of rocks.but unlike his mother's, the grass hasn't been cut nor the grave moulded with dirt or kept in many years. This is disappointing, which we made it clear to our cousins - they echo our sentiments and ensure ...

    Germia and Pristina

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Nov 11, 2013

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    ... I hopped off at the markets. Chere was looking for buttons and I was just looking as usual.

    We wandered around, it is rough and ready but the people are nice to deal with and some of the food, fruit and veges is excellent. It is cobblestoned like an old town in Italy but they have let it go and are pulling down buildings all the time. A shame because it could attract tourism. We are only there 20 mins when we get a call from Jasin that the meeting is already ...


    A travel blog entry by msgee on Nov 07, 2013

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    Had one more makiato at an inflated price at the airport. It's a tiny, tiny airport with only six gates. Situated by the mountains, though, so there's a nice view. I sat in the outdoor cafe for a bit, planning my last Istanbul leg, before heading to passport control and security checks. Didn't wait at the gate very long before ...

    Albanian, Serbian & English

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Nov 06, 2013

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    ... like. Wish I had listened more to Dianne and her mum and knew more words! There are 6 of us out at the group. I wander over to the noticeboard and check the talk I am giving for this Sunday, see if you can spot my name in the picture I took! We then head out into the territory.

    Stressing over my Albanian presentation, I speak to a young lady who says that I dont have to speak Albanian as she speaks English. I momentarily ...