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... in the niches and has moody accent lighting. The walls are about 10 inches of thick stone, which are appreciated since those Cathedral bells are going off all the time, as it's Christmas time. The bells, the bells......Sanctuary!!!
The staff that work here are great and have given us a lot of good info. On Christmas day, we hiked up the city walls and to a fort and church at the top of the mountain behind the city. The views of ...
... now a museum. We also ventured passed the former Austrian consulate and also the Bulgarian consulate that sad in the Main Square. Near here also was the Monastery of Crnojevica that was from 1484. All these were magnificent old, historical buildings. Between 1494 and 1496 a printing house was also established here and the first Cyrillic book of the south slavs was printed on the site.
Next up was one of the highlights of visiting Cetinje and it was ...
... kill the time we found a coffee shop over the road and chilled
out on the footpath with some drinks. I
headed to find some food and stumbled upon a supermarket so bought some fruit
and water for the bus ride. At 11am we jumped on our bus and headed out of Dubrovnik by heading firstly
under the huge entry bridge to the city and turning south to head alongside the
city on the road that sits halfway up Mt Srd.
This road gave amazing views out over the ...
This morning we are checking out and waiting to a catch a night bus down to Skopje, Macedonia. Pack our bags and leave them in left luggage. Went to the bus station first thing to make sure we could get on a night bus tonight then got some food for a small picnic because we are going to walk up to the fortress. It was a really hot morning in the sun and very soon worked up a sweat on the 45min, 1200ft climb up to the top. The track was pretty rough and really ...
... did get
to see a lot from the car window. We
stopped for dinner and the night in a small town and pitched our tent in a park
(you can camp anywhere in Serbia). We
made friends with a small kitten who ended up sleeping on the top of our tent
and following us when we left. I really
wanted to keep her, she was so sweet!
We had a slight bump in the road about half-way through
Saturday. A really nice trucker picked
us up earlier that ...