Hotel Blue Star
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We rose much earlier than our usual time, made breaky and packed our bags. Our guide for the day, Stephen, picked us up promptly at 8 AM. We started towards Montenegro closely following the Adriatic Coastline. On the trip to the border we learned more about the Croatian war and how the Serbs took over the Yugoslavian army and left the Croatians with almost no weapons to fight with. We also learned that Montenegro fought alongside the Serbs against Croatia, but the relations between ...
... the 9th century, Dubrovnik on a very small scale in style but with not as much upkeep despite the tourists- which includes large cruise ships. The highlight for us was the diminutive St Luke's Orthodox church built in 1195. The priest proudly in attendance to greet everyone to the ornate interior of the alter and confessional,saints painted with rich and gold colours. Next favourites were the St Nicholas Russian Orthodox and the River ...
... sunglasses that he sports here in a photo, completing the full Italian model look we had been aiming for!
Tired from the walk we headed for a cafe and a scrumptious lunch. Thank god we have been gyming it and walking heaps each day as otherwise we would be the side of a house. We have taken to really searching out good food on shore as the ship food is pretty average. Only a cut above aircraft food except for the al la carte dinner at night which ...
... to Budva. A bit quick!!!!!!
And no problems at the border getting out of Macedonia. Not having an entry stamp didn't matter - thank god.
And what can I say about the trip? Long and tiring! It was a pity the ride from Pristina to Podgorica was very much in the dark as the mountains in the north of Montenegro looked spectacular ( I could see the silouttes) And the mountain passes and roads looked good even in the ...
... very expensive, so it was back to the drawing board. It was already after 4pm, and we were both keen to get ourselves sorted out as soon as possible, but had no good ideas of where to head next.
I remembered seeing a hotel on the way into town that advertised rooms for 25-30 euros, so we grabbed a taxi and went off to explore that area ...