Sheraton Tirana Hotel
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a/c didnt work and shower was weak. Also no wireless. Otherwise, a good hotel with great breakfast.
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One of the dreaded early morning starts again today. Bags had to be out for 6.30am, breakfast at 6.45am and in the bus for 7.30am. Once again we're still having beautiful weather and we could see it was going to be another hot day.
So our day started with breakfast in Croatia, and then we said a sad goodbye to Dubrovnik – it’s …
... other than coke zero for diet drinks. As Klodi puts it later, “we don’t need it”. As their tourism industry builds up, they will find they do need it for business!
Back to the hotel with money. We stop for a triangle shaped “pie” with spinach in the middle. Kind of like a puff pastry. It was good. There were several tiny storefronts selling food of this kind. Got an ice cream ...
... a scary, dominating black eagle. With my experience, the people of Tirana are helpful, respectful and kind.
Maybe not when considering an old man who works at the hostel I stayed in. My last night, I was reading the plantation (borrowed from my brother, a good read, but I couldn't help but picture the lead character as Stan from American Dad) when the old man walks into my room ...
... the middle of nowhere Bulgaria sits one of the most beautiful monasteries I've ever seen. Built in the 9th century and inhabited continually by monks ever since (even today) this monastery has amazing artwork, startling architecture, and is the vision of a monk's ascetic retreat. Despite the troubles of getting there, we both agreed that this was one place well worth the trip. The rest of the drive to Thessaloniki Greece was relatively uneventful.
... travel agent ringing in my ear "why would you want to go to Albania" that I was more than a little nervous as the ferry pulled into the port city of Durres. The countries that I had visited thus far had all been western civilizations or at the very least, as in the case of the Baltic States, countries that had emerged from the shadows of Soviet-era communism to embrace a free and more western philosophy, culturally, politically and socially. These countries have all been part of ...