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... beautiful, the concept of sitting on the bus and being driven around it wasn't the best use of my vacation time. Perhaps there is a different tour that is a bit more active and meant for people under retirement age that would be more interesting.
Based on this tour, I'm going to try to skip Montenegro tomorrow and just get straight to Albania.We ate dinner at a restaurant on the promenade near the hotel we stayed in before. Again, the food here was not impressive. ...
... a part of Yugoslavia. It remained united with Serbia after Yugoslavia crumbled until 2006 when 55% of its voters chose independence in a referendum.
It’s only been since then that I’ve heard much about Montenegro as a travel destination, a land of fantastic mountains, fjordlike bays, and an increasingly posh Riviera along the Adriatic Sea. I read some guidebooks before my trip and tried to determine how best to see the country. Renting a car is often the best ...
... along the old town walls to take in the sights. We took the cable car up the mountain to enjoy the beautiful view of old town during sunset. Had a delicious dinner at a Bosnian resturant. Saturday Up to join our sail Croatia sailing trip of the Croatian islands this ...
Today Steve and I took a tour with 5 other people called Walls and Wars. The tour took two and half hours walking the walls around old Dubrovnik and learning about the many invasions the walls stood against, including the 1991 war. Fascinating tales that took place over the last 1000 years, including the bombing for 10 months starting ...
... had proven to be true many times throughout history. Today the island is home to botanical gardens, several beaches, an old fortress and in following with the curse no hotels. After the sweet, sweet relief of a break Ryan and I picked up our paddles again to make the final push back to Dubrovnik. It was not pretty, Ryan having to stop paddling several times and myself starting to feel seasick from the rising and falling ...