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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We could only see old town from a distance (but Keegan had stayed here five years ago and said it was nice but not fabulous; he preferred Kotor). Driving up over the hill out of Kotor, we saw at least two members of the German bike group that had been stopped at the border coming into Montenegro. The last bit of the drive to Podgorica was through a national park, which was nice – steep foliaged hillsides with lake and rivers in the valleys. ...
... Fellow campers had told us about the Lake Shkoder Resort. The lake itself (386Kmē) is dolphin shaped and the top fin and nose are in Albania.
The campsite is a 5* plus facility. It's relatively new and very carefully thought out. It is run like clockwork too. The restaurant is good and reasonably priced and it’s right on the lake shore. Swimming in warm, clear water is a real treat!
... can get glimpses of a different way of life that is rapidly disappearing: harsher and sweeter, more primitive and more serene. All of this is reflected in the faces. The ordinary people we briefly had contact with by the way (people outside the tourist industry) projected strength, wariness, and willingness to help a stranger. Of course it is now "five years too late" to see the "real Albania." But as with most parts of the world in the age of tourism, it ...
In Belgium when I was still a teenager, I visited a walled Catholic shrine at which you had to ring a bell to gain admittance. A sister then guided two of us among the relics. Because my wristwatch had stopped working, I happened to be carrying an alarm clock in my pocket. Down in the crypt, at the high point of the tour, as she was describing a sacred relic in hushed tones, the alarm sounded. I was mortified, but she ...
... planet. He drove us around in his private car, getting out several times into the pouring rain asking bus drivers if they were heading to Shkoder before eventually finding one that was and when we asked him how much we owed him he told us not to worry about it. We insisted, giving him 200 lek - which sounds like a lot but it's not.
The next bus was only for a couple of hours, which was a breeze compared to the one we'd just been on, and, before we knew it, we'd arrived. We ...