Vlora International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... poor country. No one yet has tried to scam us or rip us off (like almost every sales man living in Morocco). Our hostel for tonight was a very social little place with a great atmosphere. Almost immediately after arrival I discovered a mutual friend, Sally, who is a good friend of Michelle Smitt who is a work college and friend at the Townsville Hospital. It's a small world after all. The hostel cooked us a great dinner of couscous, vegetables and cofta meat (a traditional Albanian style ...
... onto Berat. Even with this inconvenience, we still made it to Berat by 12:30 on some rather rough and bumpy roads (most of the roads in Albania are in a very sorry state!).
The coach dropped us off on the edge of the Old Town, next to the River Osum. Our hostel, Berat Backpackers, was located on the opposite side of the river in the Gorica district, a cluster of 18th and 19th century Ottoman style houses. After a rather swift check in, we headed back across the river over ...
... the xhiro, the Albanian evening stroll.
It was at this point that we bid adieu to Bledi - it's a funny thing, because he was so hospitable that we weren't sure if he actually wanted to join us, but perhaps felt obligated. We were more than happy to have him come along, but worried that we may have been keeping him from some other obligation. As he left, he also offered to come back to show us around tomorrow, which we ...
... visited was St. Mary’s Sleep because the icon with the church name was a painting of St. Mary sleeping.
Continuing our journey around the citadel inside the walls, we pass through an alley where some lovely yellow flowers are blooming on a bush to the right and a great view of the valley ahead of us and some birds swarming on a wire to the left. Both my daughter and my husband had to tell me to stop and take ...
... were built around 500-700 A.D. with the oldest known excavation dating around 600 BC by the Greeks. Unfortunately, they cannot excavate anything else because too much has been built on top of the ancient ruins. We are going to see the amphitheater which was used for gladiator fights only, the theater which was used for plays and musicals and part of the agora which was the shopping part of ancient towns. Odeon’s were half circle stages covered with ...