Hotel Pljevlja

Kralja Petra Prvog, Pljevlja, 84210, Serbia and 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

Marvellous Mountainous Montenegro

A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 01, 2014

18 photos

... and traditional dress & jeans, coming to pray to a saint that still posses the power to heal. A slow procession takes you past his body. While I was in the cave a young couple were overcome with emotion kissing the rock entrance ways and pictures. Definitely not the place to take photos (though some from a small tour bus were). I left them in peace going out to admire the view up and down the valley. Back to conquer more switchbacks our ...

The Alps of Montenegro

A travel blog entry by bostonk on May 18, 2013

12 photos

This part of our trip has been the most adventurous that I will have to break it down into parts, as every day we are on the move and discovering more parts of this most interesting and developing country.

This post starts in Dubrovnik and takes us heading north for about 4-5 hours of the most beautiful, windy mountainous road have travelled on in a long time. It was slow going because of the terrain and not being sure what you would ...

Tara Canyon

A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Sep 23, 2012

23 photos

Took off this morning after some brekkie in search of the Tara Canyon, which is 80km long and 1300m deep (second largest canyon in the world after the Grand Canyon) so we were expecting something pretty good. We were not disappointed!

We got a taxi to Curevac, which we had been told was the best place to view the canyon. So after a fairly short ride we were dropped off on a bend in the small road in the middle of nowhere where a footpath ventured off ...

High N' Dry in Durmitor National Park

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

85 photos

... go tomorrow. We continued on up the path, taking in the breath taking landscape as we ascended. At points, it looked like we were on a different planet!

Passing over mountains and through valleys, we eventually reached a marker point which seemed to contradict with the OS map that we had. We decided to go with the OS map, which turned out to be a major mistake! After trekking up quite a steep slope, we ended up at some cave on the top of another ...

Rafting and feeling ill

A travel blog entry by chelseacrown on Sep 08, 2011

When we woke up in the morning we went and had an incredibly heavy breakfast of burec, two different types of cheese, bread, cured meat, and hard-boiled eggs. I was feeling a bit queasy and had been struggling with some gastrointestinal issues. Since we were heading out to raft all day I loaded up on imodium and then we all donned our wetsuits, lifejackets, and helmets and packed into a jeep. Besides the four of us there was also an Austrian couple and a ...