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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... saw several (loud) groups of Russians both exploring during the day and at dinner in the evening.
Dropping our luggage there, we drove around the Bay, stopping at the village of Perast for a water-side lunch, and continuing to the old town of Kotor. There, in this country which is 35% Eastern Orthodox, we saw a beautiful old example of an Orthodox Church, and marveled once more at the work that went into building the massive stone fortifications.
... Durmitor, Mladen took us all to a local restaurant for dinner. Since tomorrow is our last full day in Montenegro, he recommended us to go white water rafting on the Tara River. As it turns out, he's the driver for that trip tomorrow, so for the 3rd time in 4 days, we're going to spent a full day with Mladen. And based on how much fun we've had with him so far, we know the drive tomorrow will be an enjoyable ...
... for some delicious cuts for our barbecue.
Well they had livers, plenty of hearts, lots of organs of some sort, tongue… this wasn’t what we expected! But then as we moved along the meat counter we then started to recognise some chicken and sausages, so settled for those, as they looked slightly more edible than the local offerings!
Back at base, we had a delicious meal looking out to sea whilst ...
... 20mins and I took 25mins! So us 3 bet the record! I passed the 2 hungover Americans who were struggling after there big night on the drink (they didn't get back until 3am). It was so damn freaken hot doing these steps in the peak sun and we were sweating up a storm - but the views were totally worth it!! Kotor has a beautiful old town like Dubrovnik too - and is enclosed within fortress walls. So we had the prime view above the town and the harbour. Hopefully our photos will do ...
Today's hike was great. After our fabulous breakfast we boarded our coach and drove north to the town of Tivat. Lucky to get there. The highway is one lane in each direction, high up with great drop offs on the ocean side. Cars try to pass at every opportunity no matter what is possible. I happened to be sitting in the front seat and witnessed several close calls, the bus driver is talking loudly on his cell, steering with one hand. I am biting my nails!! At Tivat we ...