Hotel Mogren

Address: Mediteranska 1, Budva, 85310, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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    Montenegro

    A travel blog entry by kas19 on Oct 29, 2014

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    ... and many foreigners are purchasing vacation homes, the largest population being Russian. We toured the Old Town of Budva and then sat down to a pizza lunch. After lunch I attempted to find a Milka bar my resolve to stop eating them wavering. Luckily for my waistline I was unable to locate the chocolaty treat. We made the two hour trek back to Dubrovnik, crossing the bay with a ferry this time. At the boarder of Montenegro and Croatia a car ahead of us was being ...

    Number 40: Montenegro

    A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... together with Kotor's old city is privileged. There is a traditional market just outside of Kotor's old city walls, and I shopped for olives, raki, tomatoes, ham, goat cheese, bread, and butter, all of them organic, and had a great lunch by the sea overlooking the boats docked in Kotor's bay before heading to the bus station. After my Sunday brunch, I caught a bus to Ulcinj, in Montenegro's far east coat in border with Albania. It was my intention to get ...

    Laziness, crepes and wine!

    A travel blog entry by asheevk on Oct 19, 2012


    After a late night in Mingles (this seems to be a trend) we decided to have a lazy day in Kotor. We were tendering which means we have to take a smaller boat from the ship to get ashore. Since my Rosie is a crew member, we have to wait for general boarding before we could go anywhere.
    Kotor is a very small precious town set in the mountains along the Adriatic sea. Once we were ashore we walked to a part of the town that mostly locals go to. We sat down at ...

    Prettiness!

    A travel blog entry by robdelaney on Sep 18, 2011

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    The view over the lake on our entry to Kotor was fabulous, and on our journey there we passed through lots of little villages with tiny piers and beaches just perfect for relaxing on. I kept dozing off along the journey, not so much relaxed as I was wrecked – all this travelling takes its toll. I was abruptly woken as we jerked into the bus station. We were a bit dazed from spending so long on the bus, so it took us a moment to get our baring's ...

    Hobbling Around the Streets of Budva

    A travel blog entry by koppers on Sep 02, 2011

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    ... pedestrian-only streets were carved between beautiful old buildings which now housed chic shops and trendy restaurants. It was quiet and peaceful (and full of beautiful old doors and shutters, which you know I adore). Apparently two massive earthquakes in 1979 destroyed much of the town, but it's been rebuilt and rebooted and looks lovelier than ever.

    After wandering through the alleys a bit, we made our way ...