- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Tirana
... of the countries back in this time, he did not side with the East or the West. He was convinced that if the United States did not try to invade Albania, then the Soviet Union would. To counteract this inevitable attack he sealed off the small nation on the Adriatic from the outside world and came up with the amazing and well thought out idea of constructed steel reinforced cement, igloo shaped concrete bunkers.
As crazy as Hoxha was, he was also quite good at seeing out ...
... got into the main part of Tirana where we met a your man. We walked around for 10 mins or so where we were shown an old bunker in town, part of the Berlin Wall & the palace where the old president lived (it looked like slum). He came on the bus with us & us about sites while Costa was driving. I was so tired that I fell asleep & Jodie woke me shun we got to the Hotel. As we only had day packs we didn't need to take our luggage to our rooms, thankfully as it ...
... fighters. We reached the market at 1:09 p.m. Mom looked for any jewelry, but disappointingly didn’t find much. Tirana’s central market is full mostly of produce vendors and those hawking everyday goods such as soap, toilet paper, and other household necessities.
Mom and I wandered along some side streets near the market full of bicycle shops and sofas for sale on the sidewalk. We are definitely not in Tirana’s well-to-do neighborhood ...
... us later that he was surprised because they were begging and he said that white people don’t beg and he was asking them how come and why didn’t she get a job and was really giving her the business for begging and not working. According to him, you can always find a job or help from friends and neighbors. They have a gypsy population and they expect begging from them but not from other white people. ...
... to be emerging there. We walked through the main square, which was undergoing major restoration, and then into the oldest mosque in the city (see pictures). There are a lot of signs for '****' over here as ****, unfortunately, seems to be the word for 'sales' or 'free' and so appears on most shopfronts.
Albania is a bizarre country that really does seem a bit alien in Europe. Its a mostly muslim country, with a very ...