Forza Mare Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... resort area on the coast below Kotor. Returning to the port we crossed the street and entered the walled old city. WE were checking out the shops and I commented to Donna it had the feel of the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Disney. A beautiful and interesting country it was a pleasant stop to mark the end of our Western Med cruise. Now we have two full days at sea to get back to Barcelona and then ...
Montenegro and Serbia were fighting Croatia and thus Dubrovnik just down the coast in the early 1990's, but now this all seems to be forgotten as all these ex Yugoslavian countries seek the tourist dollar together, particularly from cruise ships.
Kotor sits ...
Today we said ciao to Venice and set sail for the Greek Islands, our first stop though was Kotor in Montenegro.
We were told this was one of the 25 most stunning ports to visit in the world and we can see why.
It was truly like nothing we expected, it was so beautiful that Rob commented he didn't know why Anita, your Mum would ever want to leave. We tried to take as many photos as we could for Mira, had a mishap and lost our ...
... made it to Kotor but had to walk around for a while before finding the apartment because there were no signs for it. We eventually found it and settled in to a very nice place. From here we walked to old town, which only took about 10 minutes. It was bigger than I thought it would be, but smaller and less developed than Unre had thought! It was a beautiful old town, with a surrounding fort and city walls. We had ...
... Budva explaining all the way about the corrupt Montenegro government and economy. Very sad to see that outside the main touristic centers the countryside is littered with unfinished houses and developments that had been started by mob bosses who were thrown in jail before they could or wanted to finish them. Unbelievable! Next stop was the main seat of power the city of Cetinje. Very interesting and lots ...