Hotel Royal

Deshmoret e Pojskes, Pogradec, 1233, Albania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pogradec

Constantinople Rendezvous

A travel blog entry by jzafricajourney on Sep 12, 2013

... of Resen and dropped us off on the side of the road. The second we got out of that car another car pulled up right behind us. It was the same guy whom I had asked for a ride back at the gas station. He said he would take us into Resen and we hopped in. This car dropped us off at a bus station, but unfortunately the bus was not going to Ohris. Then a friendly taxi driver came up to us and offered us a cheap ride all the way to Ohrid which was only about 30 minutes away at this ...

You don't make friends with salad

A travel blog entry by eastin80 on Aug 14, 2011

4 photos

... thousand. These days they are popular place in which to lose one's virginity.

A horrible evening in a horrible bathroom: After a lovely dinner with a couple of lovely of English girls we met and travelled with from Gjirokastra to Tushemisht (and beyond) came the not so lovely, but reasonably familiar feeling of food poisoning. 24 hours of utter blurgh ensued... The culprit, a very delicious and highly vomit inducing mozzarella and tomato salad :(


4hr one way..2.5hr return...maniac bus driver!

A travel blog entry by foodnut on Jul 16, 2010

3 comments, 21 photos

... leave at 5am to get back to work...thankfully I got one...albeit with a lunatic driver while it was raining!

Lovely scenery between Tirana and Pogradec...reminded me alot of South Tirol, where I used to live in Merano, Italy.

"The Pogradec district has been inhabited since the period of the late neolith (6000-2000 BC). Near Buqeza, 20km north of Pogradec, there are prehistoric palaphites built over the surface of the water (??!). The residents of ...

Into Alexander's homeland

A travel blog entry by wernicki on May 18, 2010

29 photos

... the centuries and converted to a mosque during the Ottoman period. It is still impressive seeing the earliest construction using stones and columns from the Roman period. We checked out the remains of quite a significant Roman amphitheatre and ended up having coffees [it is not easier stumbling across a place that serves coffee in mugs as opposed to demitasse cups] and lunch overlooking the medieval church of Sveta Sofia. The kids had a great time observing, ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jun 04, 2009

2 comments, 12 photos

... And the country's roads were busily being transformed from dirt to asphalt.

Beneath Alessandro's large home, in the coastal village of Shempieter, sat the tiny mortar home of Alessandro's parents. During the communist dictatorship of Enver Hozha, people lived in tiny red-roof homes, even if they had seven children, as Alessandro's parents had had. Alessandro called Hozha's regime "brutal". Alessandro's father had been imprisoned for fifteen days for ...

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