Mijovic Apartments

IV Proleterska, Budva, 85310, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budva


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Sep 03, 2013

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... Organisation's big hits and treasures. We had a few days to explore the region and thought one of the best ways would be by boat. I will blame mass marketing for this choice as everywhere in Bar we saw signs advertising boat adventures that would take you to all the big ticket items via the water, it appeared relaxing and not crowded at all. We jumped on the boat with three other couples and spread out with all the room that we had. Yep, the posters had been right; it ...

Bus from Sarajevo to Podgorica

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Oct 02, 2012

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... The cleaning lady motioned to the sign as I walked out. I opened my wallet to show her that all I had was a 20-Bosnian-mark bill.

Departed Niksick at 7:31. We’re at 2,060 feet. A traffic sign indicates it’s 44 kilometers (27 miles) to Podgorica.

Arrived at the Podgorica bus station 27 minutes late at 8:27. Down at 185 feet here. I took a taxi to my hotel, Hotel Crna Gora. The taxi has no meter, and the driver is smoking. He asks for a ...

Mountains. Sea. Venetian Villages. Breathtaking.

A travel blog entry by seangmandell on Sep 08, 2012

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... Town to the amusement park/promenade was startling. Two entirely different populations. I was pleased to find a cafe outside the castle walls, lit entirely by candles and in the shadows of the harbor, with a Spanish guitar jazz duet singing lounge versions of classic rock songbook choices ranging from the Beatles, Chuck Berry, Deep Purple, etc. It was actually very good. There was a higher sense of sophistication closer to the Old Town.

The next day, ...


A travel blog entry by tylerandtori on Oct 22, 2011

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... We were eventually flooded out of that spot and had to move, I obviously made the dog come with us:). We were all stuck undercover for over an hour while it poured and poured and poured. We eventually decided we had to make a run for it, we had our laundry hanging up outside at the hostel!

Our feet were soaked well up past our ankles. As we left the small town and walked into the busy streets we were amazed. The main streets were all ...

It's Harder the Second Time

A travel blog entry by abergsma on Oct 06, 2011

... is where I wanted to go). I saw something that liked sort of like a driveway and thought to myself "They don't really have driveways..." and thought that this would be a good place to start. The "driveway" led to stairs, which led to more stairs (and not just someone's door, which was what I was worried about), which led to more stairs which ended down by the shore. HURRAY!

The reason I had wanted to come to Perast was to go to a man made island ...