- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Podgorica
... the night life. McAra went to bed feeling a bit crook. We'd found the main club strip that morning, and they had seemed pretty cool in the daylight. At night, however, it was a very different scene. Each open-air club was blasting their Montenegran dance music, trying to drown out the music from their neighbours, and the result was a wall of terrible, loud noise. Out the front of each club, girls dressed like strippers would come up to us and try to tempt us in for a drink. ...
... of 5 kilometres. The stairway climb which took us 1450 steps up and 1450 steps back,(a beer /wine worthy experience...and yes I counted!!!) gave us the most amazing views of a Kotor. Half way up, there is a little chapel to Our Lady built in 1572 by plague survivors.
Kotor is a place that will remain a very special memory for its beauty . We had never heard of it until now, but would love to have the chance to visit again one ...
... had we got back in the hire car to travel to dinner and down she came. Luckily they were Montenegrin-sized hail stones (10-12 mm) and not Brisbane golf-ball sized hail stones, but it was an experience sitting inside the 'kettle drum' as we were pummelled. Something tells me it's less stressful sitting in a hire car when there is a hail storm, than sitting in your private car when there is a hail storm.
The snowcapped mountains looked pretty ...
... couple and older English couple); and 3 other single girls (Meg-Melbourne, Cath-Brisbane, Lindsay -Canada). I'm happy with my decision to join the tour. Lets hope I don't go downhill again with the sickness.. On the way to Albania, we had a beautiful drive along the Montenegrin coast, which was absolutely stunning!! I would love to come back to this country and explore it more, maybe do one of the trips I was originally planning to do which go around the tiny country in a day or ...
... z Czarnogora. Odstawszy ponad godzine w zimnie dalem za wygrana i szarpnalem sie na 1E na autobus, tym bardziej ze hotel na miejscu kosztowal mnie 15E a w Pecu tylko 10E. Tutaj tez poraz pierwszy poczulem swiateczny nastroj - przywedrowal pewnie z osniezonych gor na horyzoncie, ktore w swietle zachodzacego slonca wygladaly naprawde wspaniale.
Obudzilem sie w chlodzie, jako ze pokoj nie byl ogrzewany (ale to normalka - jak do tej pory tylko w pokoju w Kukes ...