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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... invaded by the Turks, Romans and Spaniards to mention a few over it's 2500 year history. It is a lovely town with walls almost 5Km long. The town sits at sea level, but there is a fortress at the top of the hill behind it which has a small climb of over 1500 steps to reach it. We didn't even think about that one.
After that we went to Budva. We had 2 hours in Kotor and 4 ...
... church built on the site. This is a popular tourist spot but the island was at least a ½ hour sail from Kotor and although regular trips are made to explore the small churchy islet, the times of the excursions did not fit in with the ships itinerary.
At 4:30 we made our way to the Shaker Lounge for the quiz. Although 3 of the entertainment team were there, they outnumbered the passengers 3 to 2 (Roisin and I being the ‘2’!!) They ...
... and he's gone GONE! Either over board or so fast (looking frail) he's back in his room. Early night ready for tomorrow's arrival and departure. What a way to travel. Walking sticks will be packed for us next time. Friends at home who I've had quick chats in the last couple of days know my current rejection toward cruising but I must admit a day in Corfu and an afternoon back on the "AFT" pool deck is gradually helping the cruise bug take effect. There are so ...
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 ...
... many were missing or vandalised. We found our way to most of the buildings which still retained their grand 19th century facades, but often with faded and flaking paint and sometimes crumbling brick.
The monastery was as old as Cetinje having been founded by Ivan Crnojevic to bless his new capital. We walked into the chapel and a family, with a deformed baby, was there getting it blessed by the priest. Orthodox churches are ...