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 ...

Ludeva? Maybe last Month

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Sep 11, 2013

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... http://www.svetistefan.com/slike/sveti- stefan-pogled--2-_1322954978380.jpg . It was once very jet set, including hosting the Fischer-Spassky rematch in 1992, but fell a bit on hard times in the aftermath of the Balkan War. But it has now, unfortunately for non-guests who would like to visit, been purchased by a luxury resort chain. No room goes for less than $1,000 a night in the summer. They do let boats toddle around ...

Amazing scenery

A travel blog entry by jodiebaldwin on Jul 11, 2013

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... sunning for a while it was time to pack. Most people know this is not one of my favourite pasttimes and it was difficult to find room for all my purchases. We went to a disembarkation meeting then had a cocktail then went to purchase photos taken on board, filled in departure forms then went to 'the best of' ...

Basking in the Mediterranean sun...

A travel blog entry by radek.studnicki on Sep 07, 2012

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... full of bushes and garbage. I suppose it used to be a lovely place. Maybe if somebody thought about it, it could be a great attraction today?

It is getting dark when we enter the town of Budva. We park our car nearby the Old Town and walk to the centre. Unlike Ulcinj, Budva enthrals us. The park, the walkside, the port... just like in luxurious, holiday destinations, but somehow calmer and lovelier. The Old Town, encircled by medieval walls does not make such ...

Kotorology I

A travel blog entry by peyton on May 03, 2012

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... deserted restaurant with portraits of Hapsburgs on the walls and dust motes swimming in narrow shafts of light through the gaps in the drawn brocaded curtains. Not a soul anywhere as we wander through the doorway to a deserted bar; our footsteps echoing through the cavernous rooms; like the set of a horror film, but for the absence of a cadaverous  and tuxedoed maître d' suddenly appearing at our elbow.  We step back out onto the plaza and in the gathering dusk, make our way around ...