Rogner Hotel Tirana
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
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... and watch the goings on for a while. An old man sits next to me after a while and nods. We enjoy companionable silence for a few minutes. I wander the full market and then some of the side streets, watching the usual display of weird vehicles, poverty and dangerous activities (riding while texting, without helmets, in trays of vehicles, power lines everywhere, drain covers missing etc). It is gritty but most interesting. The people are friendly to an obvious tourist, and ...
... not enough people signed up so it was cancelled which I was really disappointed about.
We also had a day out in Budva which is a big beach holiday destination for Russians. It was busy in the main bay but we walked about 6k round the coast to Sven stefani stopping for lunch in Milocer bay which was one of those really picturesque little spots - lovely.
Next destination in Montenegro was Ulcinj, supposed to be lovely 12km ...
... The capital of Tirana has about 700,000 people - beggars and gypsies are more obvious and it's a little more intimidating on the streets, but a great experience Travelling out of the capital Tirana, we travelled through a small industrial town of Elbasan - heaps of steel mills, most of which are closed down - not particularly nice place, but it's a good look at what was happening during the communist times. We are now on our way to ...
... was different… It took me a few minutes to discover that my pump could handle this type as well.
We then found the minibuses but they all quoted too high prices. I remembered we had paid only 2000 lek on the way here and I didn’t like paying double this time. Finally, one of the drivers offered to take us for this amount so I took off the bags and we packed in everything. As usual, we started waiting ...
... all out. At the busy intersection with cab drivers asking if we wanted a taxi, Henry and I stood there looking dazed and confused as her taxi drove away and she waved goodbye saying -"maybe I'll see you on the Corfu ferry"!
Our plan was to find a tourist info office ASAP to locate a bus to Sarande - no luck - we could only find travel agencies who wanted to sell us tickets to 'somewhere' but no one ...