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... stairs from the parking lot to the actual tomb, and we didn't go down into the crypt because it cost money. The rain had let up by this point (thankfully) but there were still quite a few clouds. One direction all you could see was clouds, but the other direction (towards the Adriatic) was pretty clear, so we got some good views in.
The drive up the mountain had some good views and we stopped once to take some pictures, which was lovely (you can't do ...
... Art (local artist's work) and the Archaeological Museum (history of Budva from 500BC to present).
After seeing all that there was to see in the Old Town, we went for a stroll down the main beach promenade. The promenade was very touristy (like being back in Torquay during the height of summer) with ice cream vendors, shops selling all the usual beach items and hundreds of deck chairs covering the beach.
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And let everything hang loose
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Nothing at all."
Nothing at all sounds good to us right now. If only we had a snuggie. :)
P.S. Here's the video to our theme song of the moment http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLexgOxs Zu0
... back to your soul. We crave the beauty of life all around us. We crave the balance. We crave the feeling ...
... us out of the fjord.
Off to explore the Old Town, but not before a bracing swim in the pool. Rosa is amazing, she can cope with any water temperature and stays in for ages. Josefa went in yesterday and it was my turn today. It turned my nether regions blue, but I managed a few laps.
The Old Town was very busy. It too is on the West Balkans tour trail, and buses and cars parked anywhere they could find. The Old Town is not ...