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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 ...
Quite an experience here in Montenegro . A 2 bedroom apartment that appeared brand new, but with the shoddiest workmanship we have ever seen. The bathroom door handle came off in my hand!! There was no hot water for all of our stay, even though the owner attempted to fix each day. The pool was empty so unusable. equipment was extremely sparse.the best part was the magnificent ...
I had an alarm set this morning so we could get up early and actually do something, and I tried my best not to snooze it, but failed. So after a sleep in we got up and had a chat to Marko, who gave us some directions and told us to be back at 4 so he could show us something. So we walked through the old town and out the gates where we stopped at the tourist info centre for bus times to Perast. The next bus wasn't for an hour so we went back into the old town and ...
... understandably - is a very popular destination for cruise ships. Every day, at least three of these behemoth floating hotels disgorge their contents into the old city. Stradun (the main street, pedestrians only, as is the entire old city) gives new meaning to the term 'cheek by jowl' between the hours of 10am and 4pm. I am not really a crowds person, but Dubrovnik is so incredible and so so magical I am able to overcome my (oh so Canadian) sense of personal ...
... fun, active. You can get so much history (both ancient and recent - this place was last under siege in 1992!), architecture, beach, boating, eating and drinking all in one place. It's a great spot. True, it gets a little crazy in the afternoons when several giant cruise ships disgorge their passengers into the Old Town, but each evening, they've gone back to their ships, the sunsets are amazing, and the streets are full only with the sounds of revelry from the restaurants and bars. We loved ...