Hotel Stela

Address: Rruga e Dibres, Tirana, Albania | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rruga e Dibres, Tirana, is near Blue Eye (Syri Kalter), Ksamil Village, Skenderbeg Castle, and Sarande Museum.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Tirana

      Sunshine and thunderstorms

      A travel blog entry by greghahn on Nov 21, 2013

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      ... br> At 10.00 I go back and meet the furgon. Among others there is a young Canadian named Glen who is 6 weeks into a 12 month trek around the Balkans and Eastern Europe. I saw him at the castle yesterday so we are following similar itineraries at the moment. We chat, todays furgon ride is pretty boring, no sticks, carpets, tyres or animals, people only. I feel slightly ripped off! Glen and I chat occasionally, he finds ...

      Travelling through Tirana

      A travel blog entry by laura.hamlyn on Jul 25, 2013

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      ... would expect it to be. No one knows what is going on, the wait times are horrendous, and bribery is rife. In reality, it was a good thing that we left early otherwise we would not have been able to see Tirana by day.

      Considering the wait we endured at customs, it wasn't too long before we stopped for lunch though, eating once again in a carpark (although this time it was of a service station). We had been warned that the roads ...

      Tirana

      A travel blog entry by bkerr on Jun 03, 2013

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      ... to scan our passports again. We stopped off in Kotar, Macedonia for an hour. The city is a walled city, built by the venetians. It chose to pour rain not long before we needed to leave but it was a nice little town to wander around. Next stop was a very late lunch somewhere in Macedonia. The Macedonian/Albanian border was another 20 minutes drive from there. That border crossing took about an hour ...

      Bus from Shkodra to Tirana

      A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Oct 04, 2012

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      ... it. He called the driver and asked him to check for a glasses case in the backseat. The driver phoned back a few minutes later to report he didn’t find it. Argh, I’m really upset. I can’t stand losing things like that. So aggravating.

      Mom and I noticed one of each of our suitcases were unlocked, even though we both believe we locked them prior to departing our hotel in Podgorica. Did the customs officer at the border open the locks ...

      Arrival in Tirana

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 27, 2011

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      ... 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.

      When ...