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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Perla Herceg-Novi
This was a great hotel, ideally priced andthe staff very helpful and spoke good English. You can walk to most things and the rooms are modern and spacious. If you can pay a little bit extra to get a room with a view over the Adriatic, and with spa it's definitely worth it.
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... the cheapest room is €1,000 per night, with a guarantee of no early morning roosters or loud euro trash music! We took some pictures from afar and wandered along the pebbly beach for an hour before deciding to head back.
Although we disliked Budva and its tacky nighlife, we decided to eat-out in the evening for a change. Having seen the state of the restaurants near the beach, ...
Another wet day so we drove around the lagoon through Kotor, Perast and the onto Herceg Novi far west. The old town of Perast was lovely but Herceg Novi was much more built up and looks run down compared to all the new developments going up in Port ...
... I don't want to leave any type of dessert 'untested' when we fly out tomorrow.). Mark was doing his best to find his perfect ice cream.
What a wonderful adventure Mark and I have had! A really big thank you to Daniel and Brooke for letting us go, and also to Mum / Granny for looking after the kids - clearly we wouldn't have been able to have this holiday without her support. From all accounts everything has ...
... very echo-ey. We toured Dioclesian's palace, learned of the third century history, and explored the Split Old Town.
On Monday, some of us ventured to the town of Trogir, and experienced the Venetian style ancient town. Just bea
Today (Sunday), we loaded up and drove to Dibrovnik. I drove this leg. On the map, it looked like Split was over half way to Dubrovnik. However, the highway hasn't ...
... of the peak season and people were everywhere. All the cafes, shops and historical streets were at bursting capacity.
We eventually retreated to the calming waters of the Adriatic but were besieged by more people for a completely different reason from before. We walked right into the middle of a water polo final between two local Dubrovnik rivals and the place was going nuts. Normally if I knew I was going to the water polo I ...