Hotel Crna Gora

Address: Bulevar Svetog Petra Cetinjskog 2, Podgorica, 81000, Serbia and Montenegro | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Bulevar Svetog Petra Cetinjskog 2, Podgorica, is near Blue Grotto (Plava Spilja), Savina Monastery, Herceg Novi Theatre, and Dobrec.
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    Travel Blogs from Podgorica

    Calorie burn

    A travel blog entry by jane.hebiton on Jul 17, 2014

    57 photos

    ... but I’d like to get better at this. Which is a little difficult when your home town is basically as flat as a gluten and lactose free pancake. I may have to break into some city office blocks and do some stair walking. Stairwells aren’t quite as scenic though when you’re wheezing like a mouth eaten 300 year old accordion then you don’t have so much time to look at the scenery anyway. So I survived – ...

    Montenegro

    A travel blog entry by sophevans on Sep 17, 2013

    14 photos

    ... for dessert. In the morning we decided to walk in to check out the Old Town. We had to fight an army of tourists to get close to the walls, but once we were inside it was much calmer. Walking all around on the walls of the Old Town gave us great views of the bay and the mountains behind Budva. We had a coffee at a hotel bar then walked home via a supermarket and the fruit and veggies market, where everything was so cheap, and the vendors even gave us extra pieces of fruit ...

    Number 40: Montenegro

    A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa on Aug 19, 2013

    11 photos

    ... to the border as possible and spend a night there before continuing my journey to the east. Ulcinj was a surprise: the small beach city was SUPER PACKED with tourists from Kosovo, and I was surprised to find a Muslim/Albanian town in Montenegro, where most of the population is Orthodox or Catholic, and ethnic and language related to Serbia and the other former Yugoslavia countries. Ulcinj was like being in a small beach town in Turkey with doner kebab stalls ...

    Let the Montenegrin adventure begin

    A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 07, 2013

    2 photos

    ... slum area and Gwynney lost the plot (pun intended). At first she wanted to send us 35 km in the opposite direction (perhaps she was scared too). Of course, Donna got the blame (it's always the passenger's fault), but when we reached the hotel we found out that the 'bb' in the address: Cetinjski Pub bb - actually means 'no number'. Fancy that! Now how did we miss that?

    The drive back into town - in the right direction - led us past trees in one block ...

    Montenegro Discovers Capitalism

    A travel blog entry by ppcase on Oct 08, 2011

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... peasants, living under a discredited economic system that has recently discovered they can now do anything they put their minds to.


    So perhaps one day after the massive civil war ended (remember the Bosnians and Serbs?) some of the townsfolk here in Kotor must have come up with a brilliant observation.


    “Yo, Ivan! What do we have that others do not?”


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