Bujtina e Gjelit
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... the Turkish word for stuffed vegetables, and Speca Dollma or stuffed peppers were a good choice either as an appetizer or a side in Kosovo. In Albania, though, stuffed vegetables seemed to be called Mbushur, and I had some very good Speca te Mbushur and Patellxhane te Mbushur (peppers stuffed with rice and eggplant stuff with vegetables) at a very traditional Albanian restaurant in Tirana.
I was told several times that something called Teve Dheu was the Albanian national dish, so ...
Albania is an experience for itself...the latest experience: the hostel in Tirana: Propaganda hostel. The name is program! The owner furnished the hostel with his own collection from communist times. Really amazing but the posters of Hitler, Mao and Co were a bit disturbing..also quite disturbing but I guess especially for us Germans: Mein Kampf, Hitlers book was sold in several "bookshops" (those ...
... shared a Margarita pizza – one of the best I’ve had in ages. Cheryl and I also nipped into a little shop near there where I’d seen some tops which looked nice – and I treated myself to two – haven’t really bought much for me so far so figured I could splash out a little bit.
We visited the ATM to get some euros as that’s what we’ll need for the next couple of countries and then it was time to hop back on ...
... rabbitland' which was still kind of depressing but still funny in a weird kind of way. It was an animated film that looked like it was made of clay, about the "pink rabbits of rabbitland, who had no brains, only holes in their heads, and every day they put a blank piece of paper into the holes in their heads and take a journey far away to put the paper into the election box, then they return home, but can't sleep because they have no brains, so they watch ...
... figuring out how to get out of there!
Next morning we packed up and headed for the bus station ready or the next part of our adventure - Albania!
My friend Lou had already put me in touch with a friend of hers who lives in Albania and she had offered to put me up for a few days so the plan was she would would pick me up in Tirana.
The bus journey into Albania was an eye opener though. The first leg of the journey was in a ...