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TripAdvisor Reviews Eurocafe 33 Kotor
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... to sleep. We stopped a number of times for bathroom and coffee breaks.
It was the last few hours of continuous curves that did me in. I had written on my blog (which I know better than to do) when that queasy feeling began to hit. I immediately stopped typing and began focusing on the road,....but it was too late. I felt 'sick as a puppy'.
We pulled into a small bus terminal,....got some Euro's,....and hailed a cab. He took ...
... and go to an Internet cafe. We are back on the tender by 3.30pm and we get decidedly wet on the top deck as the seas have got much rougher. This evening we spent a couple of hours in the grand foyer, which is where the live band plays and where there are several bars and a dance floor. The live music is great with mostly music from our ...
... our terrible attempts to communicate and the
officials broken English we managed to change our bus to a day later back to
Dubrovnik and even made a saving as that bus was cheaper. Winner! The last thing to do then was to
cancel pre-booked Dubrovnik accommodation we had reserved for one night and
head back to the hostel. All done.
Now that we were finally organised it
had reached about 3pm. After having a
quick lunch ...
... interesting entrance fee in the amount of EUR 75!). After a few kilometers we finally reached public beaches for “poor” or “normal” people even though they didnīt look bad at all. You had a possibility to rent a deckchair together with an umbrella (price for a set of two deckchairs and one umbrella varied from EUR 5 to 9 depending on the beach). If you decided to have a drink in of the bars on the beach, you could chill there free of charge, ...
Kotor old town is lovely, and, like Dubrovnik, is full of cats. What is it about cats and old walled towns?
Upon arriving at the hostel we were greeted with shots of raki before being taken to our dorm room: no ID checking, no recording of details, no checking our reservation, no payment.
That evening we wandered about a bit before making soup in the common room. There we ran into Scott again: we had watched his bags for ...