Hotel Pljevlja

Address: Kralja Petra Prvog, Pljevlja, 84210, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Marvellous Mountainous Montenegro

A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 01, 2014

18 photos

... would be kind of sleepy. Well, it would be if the cruise ships weren't in town. Taxis and people were everywhere as we tried to find the tourist information. I jumped out of the car and Shane embraced the round about while I found someone to tell me how to locate the apartment we booked. It's all part of the adventure but I thought we'd left cruise ship chaos behind in Dubrovnik! After a few tense moments we managed to maneuver the car along the narrow ...

A Living Movie Set

A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Aug 28, 2013

138 photos

... we went. When we got there, we found that a different restaurant was serving the morning meal. We started with coffee in the upper salon and then moved to the lower floor for breakfast. Breakfast was a buffet, and it was ok but nowhere near as good as dinner the night before.

After breakfast, we drove to the train station to purchase our tickets and ...

The Alps of Montenegro

A travel blog entry by bostonk on May 18, 2013

12 photos

... been great. The air was so crisp and clean and the temperature cool, but not freezing. Perfect walking conditions really. It was easy to see in a few short weeks their summer would kick in and it would be a sensationally gorgeous place to be, minus the locals and possibly more Martians like ourselves.

In finishing this post, I'd like to say the mountains were gorgeous and the landscape very picturesque, but would I go there again, probably not.
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Ridiculous hike

A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Sep 22, 2012

22 photos

... instead a smaller one which was more in our favour. This however soon ran out so naturally we made our own path. Hmmm. We battled with many trees as they got denser and denser but eventually came out to a clear mountain side where again the peaks were so tantalisingly close. We continued but it was steep. And I'm talking mega steep. Grassy but with lots of rocks it was more of a scramble up and with the air so thin it was tricky and ...

High N' Dry in Durmitor National Park

A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Sep 01, 2012

85 photos

... br> Luckily, 15 minutes later, we managed to flag down someone who gave us a free lift back to Žabljak. The guys who gave us a lift were actually brothers from Bar, who's father owned and ran one of the nicest hotels in Žabljak. Back in the realms of civilisation, we bought some water from a nearby shop then checked in with the guest house owner. He was very nice chap but was definitely a business man (tried to sell us tours and restaurants). After checking ...