Hotel Blue Star
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... steeply into the sea. We observed a Catholic Church atop a man made island. Our guide informed us it was built by sinking old boats and pirate ships to create a foundation. Every July all the villagers head out in the boats with rocks to drop around the foundation of the island to keep it from disintegrating. We stopped for a coffee break and were entertained by an adorable puppy weaving between our legs. After our first break we headed to the town of Kotor which was protected ...
... wrong address. He pointed for me to cross the gate, and carrying my backpack I crossed this medieval gate to find a movie-set kind of magical world. This was just what the movies depict as a medieval walled city, and right away I was fascinated by the Venetian architecture, the cobble stone streets, and the festive environment in the air. EVERYONE in Kotor was here, waiting for the evening party and fireworks, some wearing wigs and masks, and gathering with ...
... explored the old town. We had a quiet night that night as we had to drive the next day. We checked out the next morning and got the car. We piled on and headed up my lovćen, which is a 1750m mountain overlooking kotor an the bay. To get to the top there are 25 hairpin corners so there was some good rally driving going on. That afternoon we headed back past dubrovnik and on to ...
... strong and has brown coffee ground mush at the bottom) and we communicated using trusty google translate. She also had a grandson living with her who knew a few words of English. It was quite an experience staying a stranger's house, she also left the key just inside an opened window beside the front door (which makes no sense to me why she even bothered to lock it). She was very friendly and happy to have us though!
After dropping of our backpacks at the room ...
... As we wandered, we realized that the area along the water was occupied by an enormous boardwalk filled with amusement park rides for the kids, an unending string of bars and restaurants, countless shops selling everything from water toys to clothing to souvenirs, and about a million tourists. After a dinner of pizza (what else?), we browsed in some of the stalls, stared up at the stars, and then called it a night.