Tirana International Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... They are boarding at 1.40 so I figure I will have time to see them off. I race through the scanners but then see the line for customs. Chaos. 1 hour later I am through. I am not having much luck with jackets. Hope the warmer weather holds.
Belle Air is delayed along with everyone else and we eventually take off at 4.20. And arrive after smooth flight at 5.35. Customs easy to clear, bus to hotel, all ...
... rabbitland' which was still kind of depressing but still funny in a weird kind of way. It was an animated film that looked like it was made of clay, about the "pink rabbits of rabbitland, who had no brains, only holes in their heads, and every day they put a blank piece of paper into the holes in their heads and take a journey far away to put the paper into the election box, then they return home, but can't sleep because they have no brains, so they watch ...
... into the mountains to meet her extended family . The journey itself was an adventure as there are no proper roads into that area; we were proper off roading in a land rover! Once we got there everyone in the village came out to say hello and after a few beers we were given a pan full of food - turns out it was brains and steak... Aargh!!!!
The next day we all piled into a bigger land rover to head to another village further over ...
... company up there.
We then went to a revolving restaurant in the SkyTower for the view and you could see how far Tirana stretched out from the center to the tops of the surrounding mountains. Lots of buildings. In the center there are quite a few public buildings, including a large archeological or cultural museum (which we hoped to go to but was closed by 5 pm when we got there) and a culture building that housed the opera ...
... to our hotel which is right on the main square of Tirana, Tirana International Hotel, supposedly 4 stars. Klodi drops us off and asks us what time we want dinner. This is when we find out that lunch time to Albanians is around 2-4 p.m. and dinner around 10 p.m. They eat their big meal at lunch and have a light dinner before they go to bed. Much too late for us so we request 7 or 7:30 for most of our dinners throughout ...