Hotel Max Prestige
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... one of Montenegro's bordering countries, which was just recently liberated from Communism and is now one of the leading exporters of marijuana and is also involved in human organ trafficking. After learning this fact I wondered if I would return home with both kidneys...We made it to the boarder and then ventured around a large bay filled with mussel farms. We learned that the mussels we consume usually take two years to grow. The bay was impressive with towering mountains ...
August 29, 2013
Since we booked our hostel only for one night we had to wake up quite early and do the regular check-out at 10.00.
Originally we wanted to try to get a private room but we were too lazy to go to the city of Kotor and quote in other places. Just after arrival last night we were "attacked" by a few ladies there were offering private rooms for very reasonable prices – EUR 10 per person, however, most likely we wouldn´t have the ...
... visiting a few Greek islands..he he! Sounds cool hey!
The weather has been the real surprise. Sensational sunny days, and not the swealtering heat of a northern hemisphere summer. Early May is now my favourite month for travelling in Northern Europe.
Kotor dishes us up yet another tasty lunch with free wifi, a real privilidge, which enables me to do a quick catch up on email and then back to the boat.
More discoveries yet to come tomorrow in Corfu.
... beaches are quite lovely. The town also has the stari grad I mentioned above, full of beautiful old buildings and narrow pedestrian streets, so there's a little bit of everything for the visitor to take advantage of in Budva. Our apartment was about a 45-60 minute walk from the old town, and I wanted to give my tender toe a bit of a rest, so we decided to have dinner for the first night down by the water closer to ...
... shining at 3pm, and I was glad I made this journey during daylight hours in late May.
I eventually arrived in Kotor early evening after almost 24 hours on and off of the flights and buses, the bus stopped and dumped me off at about 1 km away from the town so I opened my map, and walked back from where the bus came by, passing a number of fruit and vegetable vendors I finally found the western entrance right infront of the Cruise port. I immediately passed the gate and ...