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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Platani Trebinje
We stayed three nights in this comfortable, well-located hotel. It's right on the plaza where the weekly market is held. This is a good place to use as a base for day trips to Montenegro and nearby hill towns. Great restaurant, helpful and friendly staff.
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... that southern Bosnia and Herzegovina had great wine, and we spent the better part of the day trying to find wineries. We walked and walked and walked, but couldn't find a winery, even though there were signs. We finally found one in the back streets of a neighborhood and we were not disappointed. The winery had been making wine for over 4 generations and was delicious. The main grape in this part of BiH is ...
... street off the main street in the old city. They are all quite narrow with steps. They often lead to getting lost but also side streets with a lot of restaurants. At dusk they look quite cool.
Simon's Taxi Harem! - The 4 lovelies I shared my taxi with. 1 Aussie, 1 Kiwi and 2 Swiss (German by birth). The harem followed me all through town for the night.
Dubrovnik Main Street in old town - Busy, busy, busy at about 9pm.
... into the top floor of a restaurant. It was a great vibe and we all had a great time. Isaac made a group Grace, and everyone was getting caught up in making speeches. All in all they were very entertaining. If anyone stood up I would start clinking my glass and shouting speech. Everyone would catch on and the offending person would have to say something. We had so many bottles of wine, all on the house too, more than anyone could drink and we ended up getting very drunk. ...
... for us, we didn't leave nearly enough time to walk the entire wall and only got about half way around before it closed. Either that, or we spent too much time taking photos and enjoying the views. What we did see, however, offered beautiful views of the city and of the sea and the rest will just have to remain a mystery for us (or to be seen in the unlikely case that we ever come back)!
For our ...
... that was offered to the community by the family that lived there. Apparently, the Jewish community here was always very small, and for a long time lived (and were required to live) only on that one street, now called Zudioska ulice (Jewish street).
Later this afternoon, when it isn't quite so hot and some of the cruise ship tourists are gone, I plan to take a walk around the top of the old town walls. The views are supposed to be gorgeous.