Rogner Hotel Europapark
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... shishkebab). The total bill came to 2,450 leke ($23.11).
After lunch, we crossed back over the stone bridge and passed the Albanian parliament building en route to the street behind the National Historical Museum, which has the offices of several travel agencies. There we booked our bus tickets for Sunday to Pristina, Kosovo. My guidebook, published in Spring 2011, indicated a bus from Tirana to Pristina took 11 hours and they traveled ...
... clean city with many bars and restaurants with huge Italian influence, you could spend some time here soaking it in.
We stayed at Hostel Albania, although I would rescommend staying at Tirana Hostel. Our's was fine for 10.00 euro a night - although I think Tirana would have been better located. I guess that's what you get for listening to a novice American traveller..
... double room to myself. I spent the first 15 minutes of this wonderful event star-shaped on my bed.
I was feeling a bit better and so I hit the gym. I decided to go a little bit more upscale this time with a gym I found last night which was double the price of the 40 year old gym from yesterday. It was still a bit grim but none of the equipment was held together with masking tape so it was much better. I didn’t have change for water so ...
... and dark coats staring at us, but it was filled with families. Luckily we had decided to download some movies from Rome onto the computer so we sat in our seats in our room and started watching. The strange thing was that as we were about 45 minutes into our journey everyone was coming into the room where we were seated and setting up their beds. They had all bought blankets and pillows and instead of sitting on the chairs they just lay in front on the carpet, ...
... the litter that is everywhere, but in Tirana this seemed to be much less of a problem. The river was pretty much clean, the streets as well, there were numerous parks with fountains and the smart area of Blloku, which used to be off limits to anyone other than communist party officials and is now full of smart bars and restaurants. When you went outside the central streets the parks became much less well maintained and there were more stray dogs and beggars, so the picture ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility