Grand Hotel Europa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... walls, so it is quotes, graffiti, pictures, and signatures. Really neat, it is entertaining just hanging around in the room. Then he has a huge deck with mats made out of coffee bags and a flat table made out of hardwood. It is very creative. Last night Arbri also had some other guests, a German couple. We had fun hanging out with them as well! We have went out to eat many times here, it is so cheap, how can you not? Some very good food, like I said before, and oh! Did I ...
... as they don't speak a lot of English or suspicious as they've been told that foreigners are not to be trusted (we aren't).Or both. Either way people will usually bend over backwards to help you even with no English. Also the history and culture here is very interesting and apart from the rest of Europe. Also there is an undeserved world-wide reputation of Albanian criminality and general dodgy-ness which I don't think is true, or at least not for ...
... We could only see old town from a distance (but Keegan had stayed here five years ago and said it was nice but not fabulous; he preferred Kotor). Driving up over the hill out of Kotor, we saw at least two members of the German bike group that had been stopped at the border coming into Montenegro. The last bit of the drive to Podgorica was through a national park, which was nice – steep foliaged hillsides with lake and rivers in the valleys. ...
... and vehicle documents. 2) Reverse 10 metres- interesting with vehicles behind - and take all bodies, passports and documents to a customs window. 3) Go back to vehicle and proceed to window number 1 again. Stop and then waved through. Interestingly they had a camp table at the side of the road with drills, crow bars, mirrors on sticks – to advertise they have the power to "examine" the vehicles, we guessed. ...
... By that time it was really hot so we practically sat under the gushing water until we were completely soaked. We had some sandwiches and set off again.
We spent the next few hours cycling up and down along the narrow road that faithfully follows the topography. It's an exhausting 30 kilometres until you reach Komani, especially in the heat but the views rewarded us for our efforts. Fortunately, there are several springs by the road in the ...