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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... steeply into the sea. We observed a Catholic Church atop a man made island. Our guide informed us it was built by sinking old boats and pirate ships to create a foundation. Every July all the villagers head out in the boats with rocks to drop around the foundation of the island to keep it from disintegrating. We stopped for a coffee break and were entertained by an adorable puppy weaving between our legs. After our first break we headed to the town of Kotor which was protected ...
... playing techno and a bartender who had lived in San Francisco. However, the highlight was the casino, which I ended up at both nights. I failed miserably at their version of baccarat called Punto Banco, but I was a predicting master at single-zero roulette (which all roulette should be, because it means the house take is only about 2.6% instead of twice that), netting about $1,000 Euro. Go me. To:
... insane! Again people were just driving wherever they wanted and overtaking anywhere and pulling out infront of people or stopping in the middle of the road for a chat with the car next to them. Crazy! We nearly crashed so many times! Our tour guide was on the microphone saying, oh ****, Jesus Christ, oh my god! Was better to just not look at what was happening ahead of us and focus on something else. We miraculously made it to the ...
So, onto Montenegro, where I had no clue what was there to do and see and had no plans originally to visit. Glad I did though. I was going to go to Budva, but glad I went to Kotor instead after a few from the last hostel recommended it, it seemed much nicer. Arrived early on Tuesday morning after a 12 hour bus ride from Belgrade, it seemed to stop everywhere in Montenegro before it finally rolled into Kotor. Decided against ...
... seafood salad for me and a fish soup for Judy, and sip a glass of wine under the shade of an umbrella, watching the gulls whirl above the mirror of the bay and kids playing basketball in a court on an adjacent pier; only the ball and the tops of their heads visible over the fence. We take a long stroll through town and along the shore where red poppies and foxglove and wild fennel pop up through the long grass and the air is sweet with the fragrance of something which might ...