Vila Belvedere

Address: Shkembi Kavajes, Durres, Albania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Shkembi Kavajes, Durres, is near Kruja Castle and Skanderbeg Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Durres

Couple hours on the road..

A travel blog entry by bricksadventure on Aug 25, 2014

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Jake's now got a crew of 11 for the trip to the Greek Islands.. About 1600kms away! First head to Bosnia an check out Mostar, war only finished here in 1999 an many buildings still have bullet holes or show mortar explosions so is all still very real. In Mostar they have an epic bridge jump, 23m high an even requires training by locals before you can do it. Was farking high! So none of our group was ...

Halloween Mayhem and Bunkers

A travel blog entry by hildreth75 on Oct 24, 2011

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1. Concrete Bunkers: Albania has around 700,000 concrete bunkers. They were simply everywhere! The Albanians we met don't even notice them since they have always been there. Basically an old dictator convinced the people that Albania would come under attack and this was the best way to defend. The engineer that came up with the design told everyone these bunkers were indestructible to tanks ...


A travel blog entry by gregdenton on Sep 01, 2011

... hole to see the crystal blue waters.  When we disembarked, I was on island time.  Mykonos looked exactly like the postcards and photos.  Our resort was across the street from the sand. The water was warm and visibility was a minimum of 30 feet.  We started our first night with a walking tour of the city that led us to another great Greek meal.  After dinner we went to 1 of 3 clubs which were a blast. Oddly enough, every ...

Episode 22

A travel blog entry by overlandlyn2010 on Nov 13, 2010

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... than what we encountered in some of the towns. At some point in the dim and probably not that distant past they were sealed. In the centre of the town of Milot pot holes 150mm (6") deep and filled with water added to the obstacles of pedestrians walking 3 abreast oblivious of traffic; well Sicily was a bit like that: Then there was the traffic coming the other way, the taxi driver who was having a chat with a mate, a truck trying to unload some boxes ...

On the trail of Skanderbeg

A travel blog entry by maddinames on Jun 25, 2010

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... sweetness and joy, but better than expected.

The next day we headed off to Kruja, the town that Skanderbeg had managed to defend for so long. In Albania there are only very few official buses but an awful lot of furgons, minibuses which leave when the driver has enough paying guests to justify it, and also don't leave from bus stations, but just from somewhere that suits the driver. The locals of the town or city know exactly where the furgons for ...

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