Forza Mare Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I may have missed one or two also. And they're proud to have one of the oldest sailing fraternities in the world. It's been around since the 1600's and owns the museum.
We were going to head around the bay on a bus to visit Perast, a similar city on the bay, but the weather is too nasty and we're too lazy! We'd have to wait for an hourly bus in the rain 2x and it's just so much easier to blog and have coffee in our comfy ...
... Took early sunrise photos from our balcony and the road below. The bay has lovely clear blue water and towering peaks surrounding a rocky coastline dotted with pretty waterside towns. The scenery is as stunning as a fjord. Add in bags of history and culture and ...
"Fire on deck 9*. This is not a drill" The captain's booming voice startled us from sleep at 4am. Folks less fluent in English dressed in a panic and raced to the lifeboats. We stayed in our cabin as instructed (in fact, rolled over and went back to sleep) till the 'all clear' was announced - fire doused. Still, could have been interesting! (*we are on deck 8) The lovely vista at breakfast was Kotor, wedged in a narrow fjord-like valley with steep limestone cliffs soaring ...
... before arriving at our destination. When we got out of the town our tour guide explained to us that despite all the development and the trashy feel of the city the town of Budva actually had an amazing history. The town itself dates back about 2,500 years making it one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic Coast. The city has been rules by the Byzantines, Slavs, Saracens and later still the Ottomans. Even in more modern times the city was part of ...
... be running tomorrow was a day tour up to
the mountains, across the famous mountain pass and finally via Budva and we
decided that we must do that tour so we booked another night at the hostel
immediately. From here we trudged back up
to the bus station and with our terrible attempts to communicate and the
officials broken English we managed to change our bus to a day later back to
Dubrovnik and even made a saving as that bus was cheaper. Winner! ...