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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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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 ...
... day started with meeting a friend of a friend who is dating the owner of the Old Town hostel. We had been trying to connect for a few days, but had not been successful. Finally we arranged to meet and set out to one of the local beaches. This turned out to be the kind of beach that you made a reservation for! It was really nice there. It ended up being 6 of us that went, 3 locals, and 3 tourists. We arrived at the beach and immediately ...
... the few entrances to the town.
We had dinner at one of the many restaurants (called Moby Dick) located in the extremely narrow alleys or "streets" that fill the inside walls of Old Town. We had a medley of fish with black risotto, muscles, shrimps, and amberjack. A good meal with prompt service. The excitement happened as we paid our check when the town power went out. No one panicked but the pitch black town provided an incredible ...
We chose to visit Dubrovnik after friends of ours had shown us their vacation pictures from last summer. We thought it looked like a beautiful place to visit plus we had heard that it wasn't as expensive as other parts of Europe. We were right that it was truly a lovely place to be, but prices for accommodation and food were equal to our encounters in Italy and Spain. Truth be known, we ...
... paddling away just out of his reach as he swam to try n catch me!
After I generously let him re-board we kayaked across to the little cove on the mainland only accessible to us, and had it all to ourselves! When we were leaving last time we saw the kayak group jump off some of the rocks. Wahay! So naturally we began scrambling up some of the rocks and diving off into the sea. In true Sam and Simon style we then probably took ...