Hippo Hostel

Address: IV Proletarska, 37, Budva, 85310, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Oct 08, 2014

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... 28. We had planned on making it to Herceg Novi that night to sleep, but as it was dark and we were missing the sights we decided to stay in the first town which was Kotor. We ended up getting a very cheap water front place with a patio over looking out on the bay. We woke up the next day and continued our drive around the bay to Herceg Novi where we stopped for lunch. After lunch we would cross the boarded into Croatia.

Love ...

Crna Gora

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 12, 2014

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... strolled by, recognised our French number plate, and said Bienvenue to Montenegro. A cosmopolitan place.

Booking.com gave the hotel 3 stars. The hotel gave itself two stars, which was closer to the truth. The room was not too small, warm and clean. The hot water tank hung in the bathroom and you had to remember to turn in on before a shower or get a rude awakening.

People smoke everywhere in Montenegro. Like many ...

Day 25 - Kotor (Montenegro)

A travel blog entry by shatilew on Aug 04, 2013

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What a wonderful surprise waking up to sailing into this port!! Very very hot, in the 40s. Keryn and I shopped in beautiful old alleys and climbed to the old church on the hill which was approx 700 steps. We were sweating like everything!!!! Fun night on ship for dinner tonight with all the Tassies ...

Sole Survivors in Montenegro

A travel blog entry by sashadasha on Aug 23, 2012

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... we leave Europe, we promised to pick a home base to live in the long term of a month or more to recharge our batteries. This plan of action has given us some motivation to hang in there. With the support of eachother and endless hugs, so far it is working. Yay.

Back to Montenegro...
We literally lived a routine life, waking up, making our breakfast, chilling at home (we had a tv and kitchen in our apartment) and going on short walks or swimming ...

Kotor - a walled city nestled in mountains

A travel blog entry by pathfinder35 on Nov 25, 2011

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We toured the old walled city, the 'Stari Grad', for a couple of hours. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site like Dubrovnik but it isn't as large as it. It also seems like the tourism services aren't as developed as in Crotia. There were only a few stores of interest as they had antique stores that also sell women's hosiery and there was a 2nd hand clothing shop.

A couple sites to note:
We first viewed the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. It dates from the ...