Hotel Pljevlja

Address: Kralja Petra Prvog, Pljevlja, 84210, Montenegro | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kralja Petra Prvog, Pljevlja, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Pljevlja

North Montenegro - Durmitor National Park

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Sep 08, 2015

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... altitude where sitting at outdoor tables in the late afternoon sun was perfectly comfortable. My house salad was huge, as was platter of succulent spit roast lamb with potatoes. And it was also very meaty, in contrast to a few lamb meals I had in Albania where I seemed to get a lot of the leftover bones after the good parts of the lamb had already been served. Along with some lamb soup, the salad, and a beer, it was well worth the 18 Euros I paid. Sometimes you just have to live ...

Day 34 - Mond June 15, 2015 - Dubrovnik-Montenegro

A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on Jun 15, 2015

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... to ready the top (actually, the wall and steps reminded us of the Great Wall in China – but, shorter, of course). Needless to say, we did NOT climb up – and time was our only excuse!! (Just kidding, of course!!)

Unfortunately, the temperatures while we were in Kotor were high – and it was uncomfortable, except in the shade, so we tried to find cool churches and shady spots to rest. A double scoop of gelato can do wonders for cooling ...

Marvellous Mountainous Montenegro

A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 01, 2014

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... to the quiet, clean and spacious apartment we'd booked for two nights. By the time we were settled and walked to town, most of the cruise ship crowds had returned to their nests and we could enjoy this lovely old walled city. Kotor is very unique. Situated at the end of a deep gorge the town has been a centre for trade since the 14th century. Wool, hide, meat & fat from inland and oil, wine, crafts and arms from afar all passed through this well ...

The Alps of Montenegro

A travel blog entry by bostonk on May 18, 2013

12 photos

... and very little English spoken. It was also apparent we were not travelling in a common tourist area so there was nothing to help guide us, nor anyone to ask to do so. We did however come a across a shop selling what we thought were hamburgers. We still think they were, but what animal we are not sure of. Thankfully due to the pictures on the shop's wall we actually got the double beef patty Mac version,which of course Andrew knows so well, and ...

Tara Canyon

A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Sep 23, 2012

23 photos

... the other side.

We then continued our hike upwards towards another viewpoint. After about another 5 minutes we were welcomed with the most astonishing breathtaking sight. Standing on the lip of a cliff 1300m above the valley floor I felt on top of the world! Looking deep into the gorge you could see the bright blue colour of the Tara River as it snaked its way between these towering magnificent mountains. Literally in every direction you looked in ...