Hotel Blue Star
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... rejuvenating, like our own personal ode to spring at each stop.
I did see one of the odder things I've seen. Picture this if you can: a house with a detached garage, a car in the garage. The garage has a flat roof and on this roof, carefully propped up on blocks, a sail boat. No not a model. A full fledged, full sized, probably at least 20 foot, possibly more, sail boat. It wasn't an old relic either, it looked in good condition actually. I know it had a mast, ...
As we left Corfu, the captain informed us that tidal conditions were going to prevent us docking in Albania and that we would therefore have an extra day in Kotor. This suited us perfectly - and most others seemed to agree. Albania is still recovering from having been the last European country to throw off communism. Travellers reports we'd read suggested that it could still seem depressingly drab to visitors; of all ...
Cory and Aimee: United States, Jamaica, Mexico, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Spain, France, Czech Republic, Greece, Turkey, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Italy, Vatican City, Denmark, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Ireland, ...
... he decided he had bigger fish to fry. We were free to go. Anna spent the next fifteen minutes wiping Steve's passport down with my hand sanitizer. Back in Croatia (and two stamps richer! My first passport stamps this entire year! It was a very exciting moment) we stopped in Dubrovnik. The three of us almost suffered a heat stroke as, in a flash of genius, we decided to climb and walk the entire circumference of the Old Town wall. ...
... The sail into Kotor from the Adriatic is along a twenty-eight kilometer long waterway, through fjord-like waters, ringed by high hills covered in trees. You can see in the distance a wall of forbidding dark rock, seeming to rise directly from the sea. As the town of Kotor begins to emerge, it's easy to see that whatever flat space is available has been claimed by the residents. When we board the tour bus, the guide tells us that we ...