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TripAdvisor Reviews Eurocafe 33 Kotor
Travel Blogs from Kotor
... to the old city, we wandered around it, admiring the magnificent charm of the medi-evil township. It is a very beautiful city, and one well worth visiting.
After taking it relatively easy during the afternoon and dining in the evening, we attended the Showroom once again to listen to an extremely funny comedian, Derrick Cameron. He was a very clever stand-up comedian that had the audience in stiches for the whole time, an without any crude ...
... From our balcony it appeared that this ‘building’ was
moving in the water with such ease, almost gracefully against a still
background of water. It was quite fascinating to watch. Since about 7pm last
night, over a period of about 36 hours, our ship has travelled about 460 miles
from Venice to Kotor in Montenegro.
So we could see Kotor, as we
would arrive in the morning, we requested breakfast in our room. We ...
... to write their names because I would absolutely butcher them, but they were really friendly. We chatted all the way down the mountain and exchanged some travel stories. I left them and had a drink in the main square of the old city and just people watched for a while. It’s a fun thing to do in such a touristy place. You never know what you’re going to see.
I walked part of the way back to my hostel, but when ...
... basilica, you're free to shop and enjoy the enchanting setting.
Kotor gave me the sense of Norway, and I think you will see in the pictures why. It is called the southern most Fjords of Europe, which is incorrect, since a glacier did not carve out the bay, but the effect is the same. This is a really peaceful, and beautiful area. It is also close enough to Dubrovnik, that if you wanted to visit the larger city as home base, you could easily take a day trip ...
... but when the water is 10'C from all the melting snow and I only have a 3mm wetsuit, I might be waiting until summer!
We also stopped and chatted to two French cyclists who were en-route from France to Mongolia! INCREDIBLE! They were cycling unaided all the way and camping as they went... pretty hardcore!
Their link is http://aupres-des-lointains.over-blog.c ...