Bujtina e Gjelit
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Tirana 21 degees, sunny
Tirana is at its bustling best as I go for an early walk down the road. The hotel had a nice bed so I slept well. I walk to the main square first of all and watch the traffic action on the large area there.
The tourist office is just behind the large museum at the end of the square but for some reason does not open until 11.00 weekdays but 9.00 Saturdays! Balkan logic. Having spent weeks getting used to Italian hours I need to get ...
... of the city. He told us the history of the city, and pointed out sights such as the National History Museum and Skanderbeg Square.
It was late afternoon when our tour finished, so we headed to our hotel. After a walk up what seemed like the steepest hill in the world (mainly because we were carting along our luggage), we finally reached our rooms. Considering where we had stayed in the weeks prior, the room was amazing. It ...
... outcrops everywhere and very pebbly, rocky soils. It is quite green though and lush in parts. There are little orchards and vegetable gardens for almost every house. They grow much of their own fruit and vegetables. Apparently the soil is very good for growing produce and because they can't afford pesticides, its all organic. We finally arrived at the hotel by 7:30pm after what felt like a very long ...
... listening to some music to break the monotony. We were all a bit afraid of this section but we progressed surprisingly well and after a few stops we reached the pass around eight, not much after the sun had appeared behind the mountains. We only spent a few minutes there, enjoying our feat and the views, and then started descending towards Vlorė. There is a very popular spring not far from the top, where we ...
... most of the kids don’t have a lot of discipline and control so there’s always a lot of shouting and shrieking which hurts my ears. Luckily there was a play room so guess people flying business class with kids is here to stay. When I had a child that age, I was lucky to be able to afford to go across town! Our entertainment was to watch the planes land at IAH and play tag in the train tunnel.