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- Swimming pool
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... 15 minutes, then we are on our way to Kotor. The drive along the bay of Kotor is pretty nice, pity about the couds. The old town in Kotor is small and filled with tourists from the cruise ship. I take a walk up the mountain for a better view of Kotor. Next stop is Budva, which again has a small walled old town. No cruise ships here, so its a lot easier to walk the old town. Unfortunately it starts to rain, but it is only light. The route back ...
... was to have left at 7.25 had been delayed by almost two hours. This meant that we would miss our connecting flights out of Frankfurt and Abu Dhabi. I emailed Mission Travel, which booked our flights for us and told them what had happened. We had decided not get a local SIM card for the mobile as they were expensive and hadn't set up global roaming as it was also costly. However, it's times like these when a mobile is really needed so next time will make sure we have one! ...
... br> The finale was based on an old drinking game. The 4 contestants had pre volunteered. They stood at right angles to each other in a circle. On the count of 1 they all had to raise their outer leg and their outer arm. (see photo) On 2 they had to put their left hand on the shoulder of the person in front. On the count of 3 they had to put their right hand on the head of the person in front. On 4 they had to remove the hat that has now appeared on the head of the ...
... President after Tito and Stalin split apart after Stalin made multiple attempts to have Tito executed) and it became Yugoslavia.
After the death of Tito Croatia and Slovenia declared their independence from Yugoslavia. Croatia was attacked by the Yugoslavian army, The Serbs and Montenegran's because they all wanted control of the city and the seaport.
The tour guide we had was a fascinating person whose ...
We had a walking tour of Dubrovnik scheduled for Wednesday, but when we got there, it was pouring. After the tour guide bailed on us and we took off on our own, it stopped raining, of course! The plan was to walk the city wall after the tour, so we walked the wall earlier than planned. The walk, the wall, and the views were amazing. It was a lot of ...