Travel Blogs from Pristina
... et clients. Les afterpartys du festival étaient dans
un ancien hammam, transformé en JazzBar. Pas mal non plus !
Je dois par contre être honnête et dire que
mon séjour à Prishtina n’a pas été des plus facile. Solitude ? Manque de
solitude ? Je pense que j’y ai eu le choc culturel que je n’avais pas
encore eut, peut-être dormait-il en moi ? Difficile d’expliquer, mais le
fait est que je me suis retrouvée ...
... of Kosovo’s three ethnic groups, Albanians, Serbs, and Montenegrins. It was erected in 1961 and is sort of ironic today since Kosovo is independent from Serbia and few Serbs remain in the nation.
Mom and I got in a taxi at 4:25 for the six-minute, 3-euro ride back to our hotel, passing the Palace of Youth & Sports, completed in 1981. It features an assembly hall, disco, concert, and sports halls.
I got online and worked ...
1953’ten 1999’a kadar şehrin nüfusu 24.000’den 300.000 civarına dayanmıştır.
Bu dönemde, şehirde yaşayan her milletin nüfusunda artış görülse de en büyük artış Arnavut nüfusta görülmüştür.
... which we passed was a barren and rusting sprawl of houses and shacks, thin cattle wandering the road, with a handful of hunched villagers shuffling through the cold. It was an uncomfortably depressing sight, clothed in a thin, swirling mist. Progressing through more of the same, vibrations through the bus made us aware of worsening road surfaces as the driver swung us around hilly corners in the grey morning.
Descending from the hills in the south of the country, we ...
... made it sound a lot different than the girl in Hungary, but hell, I was going anyway so I was about to see for myself.
So coming into the capital of Tirana I was a little surprised to see a city that looked about the same as any other Eastern European city. The traffic was fairly orderly, the cars were newer, and the people were well dressed. Maybe the biggest difference is that there seems to have been a beautifcation initiative where they did what ...