Hotel Max Prestige
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... and influences of the Venetians who ruled Montenegro for centuries. Upon completion of our Kotor tour we headed farther south to flatter territory to the town of Budva. We stopped at an abandoned cliff top restaurant with panoramic views of the town, the Adriatic Sea and a long stretch of sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Many places in Montenegro seems to be abandoned or half built. It was apparent that Montenegro is not a wealthy country. Today tourism is picking up ...
... story of a few buildings in the old town like the prison, the theatre, and a church that had been hidden behind a big wall and recently rediscovered. After Diana left, I decided to go uphill and visit the walls that surround the hill next to Kotor. As I mentioned, the construction of these walls took a thousand years, all in different stages and through different empires. There is a church half way to the top, and the view of the Kotor bay and surround fiord-kind ...
... for a traditional Montenegrin meal we reached the mountain cabin at 2am. About a 5.5hr drive. With the influence of Bojan, who we picked up on the way, got fair drunk on the drive. Accom: 2 nights at Planirski Dom milenko kotlajitch (mountain cabin) - ...
... and many of the "walls" blocking you from the cliffs edged were broken or falling apart. As we climbed, we began to hear chanting from below. As we climbed higher we saw that a local soccer team was playing a match below! The hike back down was probably harder than the way up. Our legs were shaking when we got to the bottom but we rewarded ourselves with a beer or two from a local cafe!
We only spent one night in Kotor but it was definitely worth the visit!
... in the daylight), and followed it to the end and into the old town. Desperate to eat something other than pasta or pizza, we had a lunch of fried rice at a Chinese restaurant -- uninspiring, but different!
From there we set about discovering the delights of the old town. It was our first stari grad in the Balkans, and showed us the promise of further things to come on our trip. I loved it: the ...