Swiss Diamond Hotel Prishtina
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSwiss Diamond Hotel Prishtina Pristina
Excellent property right on the central pedestrian street. The staff prides themselves on service, and it shows. You get what you pay for, and you will pay a lot here compared to other hotels in the Balkans, but it is truly a five star property. Breakfast coffee and omelettes are served rather than being part of the buffet, so it can slow you down. Allow plenty of time to relax and enjoy breakfast. The spa services are amazing! My room's air conditioning system didn't work, and they were unable to fix it. However, I was fine sleeping with the window open until the 4:30am Call to Prayer!
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... Terry and his mum is a witness in Japan. We invite him into the English group and he is very happy. He found the hall on the internet, JW.org.
I begin my talk. There are 9 in attendance including me. Really enjoy it and its a privilege to do a talk in this new group. Doug takes the Watchtower. Terry puts his hand up and reads a scripture in Japanese. At an English meeting in Albanian speaking Kosovo!! We take some pictures afterward. I get ...
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