Hotel ALDI

Cagllavica nr 303, Pristina, 10000, Serbia and Montenegro | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Pristina

Germia and Pristina

A travel blog entry by greghahn


... I hopped off at the markets. Cherie was looking for buttons and I was just looking as usual.

We wandered around, it is rough and ready but the people are nice to deal with and some of the food, fruit and veges is excellent. It is cobblestoned like an old town in Italy but they have let it go and are pulling down buildings all the time. A shame because it could attract tourism. We are only there 20 mins when we get a call from Jasin that the meeting is already ...

Albanian, Serbian & English

A travel blog entry by greghahn


... spend a few minutes chatting and we move on. My next go is sometime around the block, I speak to an old gentleman who straight away grabs his son who is at Uni and speaks English well. We have a great chat and I have an arrangement to call Friday. All in all a good time around the territory as we head off on some studies.

One of Jasins studies spent nine years in America so speaks good english. I meet his children and we have a nice study ...

Pristina to Skopje

A travel blog entry by londone7


... time I entered Serbia. People looked more Greek compared to the Germanic Kosovars

At the Skopje bus terminal my hostel wasn't that far so I could walk. All the cab drivers saw me with my bags and kept calling over. One tried trailing me on the street. Another one later noticed me and pulled over.

Can you all go away, my hotel is right here. I was in the right spot but ...

Brief Intro to Kosovo

A travel blog entry by londone7


... This was a sore point for nationalists who saw their historical heartland as being overrun even though Serbs were choosing not to live there

During the Milosovic era around the 600 year anniversary of the Battle of Kosovo, Milosovic pandered to or fuelled nationalist sentiment by taking away Kosovo’s autonomous status. Carting the dead King's remains around the province he claimed Kosovo will always be the heart of Serbia. This started a ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... ended the war in Kosovo and set the path for the independence of Kosovo of a nation. See, the man did get a lot done when he had his pants up.

But good old, adulterating Bill is not the only famous statue that you will see around these parts. Just a few blocks from the centre square is a statue of Kosovo’s most famous former resident, Mother Teresa. Mother Teresa was ethnic Albanian descent and grew up in Pristina. She ...

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This lodge, located on Cagllavica nr 303, Pristina, is near Atlas Mountains, Moroccan Sahara, Dades Gorge, and Anti-Atlas Mountains.
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