Oaz Hotel

Address: Kavaje, Albania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kavaje

The Albanian National Hero Skanderbeg's Fortress

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 28, 2015

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... br> The main feature was a grand hall. It had a giant wall mural depicting a grand battle with Skanderbeg in the centre. In front was his sword and helmet which everyone wanted to photograph themselves beside.

Outside was a terrace from where ...

Kruje - Mountain Town Intro to the Balkans

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 23, 2015

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... Albanian Leks, a reasonable enough seeming $20.

My tour with Explore Wordwide is a two-week bus tour around
Northern Albania, Kosovo, and western Macedonia named Undiscovered Balkans. The
names seems realistic enough, except for Lake Ohrid in southwestern Macedonia
most of it is quite off the beaten tourist trail, the reason I chose it.
Guidebooks I’ve read on the three countries suggest public transportation is
more difficult and there are ...

Breaking Through Hard Line Communism

A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jul 20, 2015

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... sit on the benches. Fortunately I can curl into a ball and take little more than a seat to sleep so I readjust and go back to sleep. When I reawaken to my alarm at 5am, none of the original crew is there. I'm not sure where they have moved onto but I cue for my ticket and wait for onward transport. A little disgruntled with the bus company to Skopje I decide to head into Albania first in order to avoid giving them my business after there last set of shady tactics.


Kruja day trip

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 10, 2015

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... town of Kruja, where we were to spend our day. The bus dropped us off and we had to walk up to Kruja Castle, a steep, uneven climb. We visited the castle ruins where we visited the Skanderbeg National Museum where we learned about the national hero of Albania who stood up to the Turks and the Ottoman Empire. Very interesting visit, with murals and artifacts from the 14th & 15th centuries. Next we walked down another steep, uneven climb within the castle in order ...

Tirana, the capital

A travel blog entry by kirstyandlogan on Aug 23, 2013

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... and said 'f*ck you b*tch' in perfect english! Funny no-one had taught him to ask us if we wanted to buy things in english, but he had managed to learn some swear words. Anyway the city itself was ok, nothing to write home about really. So, we drove on towards tomorrows destination hoping to come across a camp site. We did, a little off the beaten track but right on the beach, which was nice.