Hotel Montenegro Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Montenegro Beach Resort Becici
Very nice hotel,realy friendly stuff, great value, perfect location!
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... and had lots of fun. Now, just the two of us again, we boarded the van that would drive us to Mostar. Looking back, Montenegro has to be one of our favourite countries to this point. The scenery was beautiful and we were treated so well, especially by the staff at our hostel and Mladen. We all had so much fun there. We arrived in the small town of Mostar, made our way to our new hostel where we were greeted with a welcome drink and a tasty piece of ...
... real malice or hatred towards their neighbors - instead they wisely blame the politicians and media for misleading the Montenegro people and talking them into fighting. We were impressed.
None the less we bundle into our little car and head not far down the road to the border - signed out of the EU and into Montenegro again with no issue - polite efficiency. I certainly respect these people.
Now the real challenge. If we thought Google and TomTom ...
... leaving at 5:30 PM and getting us there in 2 hours which was perfect as our ferry departed at 10:30PM. We went back to the hostel and told them all good-bye and gathered our backpacks. Off we go, another bus and ferry to get us to our next destination.
The bus ride was interesting. We were sitting up front so I was able to take photos of two incidents that you really would hope to NOT have your bus driver do. First he actually lit up a cigarette AND smoked it ...
... wondering up and down the streets. Apparently the world's most narrow street is somewhere in the old town, but we didn't stumble across it. There are loads of narrow streets though. We saw some churches and town squares and walked by the various gates into the town. Then we went and dunked our feet in the local beach, but it was not the best beach I have ever been to.
The other sight to see in Kotor is the old fort. I walked up to see it ...
... was small. It was a fairly simple church. Most of its frescoes had faded with time.
St Luke's Church is cute, for lack of a better word, situated on an angle in a small square. I did not enter its interior.
A good deal of time was spent looking for angle for pictures. Balconies and shutters were constant themes.
There was a steady stream of people about, especially in larger squares, but the old town was not crowded. ...