- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Up at 4:30 to catch the shuttle to Gatwick at 5 am for our 7 am flight. In the airport the stores and cafés are open and full, children are being towed along, people in wheelchairs are sifting through the crowds, and the sun is just coming up on a sunny day. From the plane I see polka dot fluffy clouds drifting over lush green French farmland. Then …
... scored 18/20 but I’m sure if our good friends from San Francisco who we met on the Royal Princess, Simon & William, were here we would have scored maximum points!!
On the way back to our cabin, we decided to check out our dining table while it was quiet. Your dining table is allocated at check in and stated on your cruise card. However, it is not compulsory that you eat in the main dining room. There are other less formal places to eat. After checking ...
... to bed early tonight and getting up for sunrise and our arrival at Kotor. Many say it is too scenic to miss. You walk off the ship and straight up a mountain. This place is a perfect way to burn some fat. Kotor is a very nice surprise. Just walking today around an old village. Little lane ways and old shops, cafés and other buildings. Just so cute. We've done the mountain climb to the top with the best view of anything. Heart just skipped a beat then when ...
... down. We stopped to wait for stragglers and photo hounds. And we oohed and aahed at the stunning vistas getting lower and lower as we climbed higher and higher. We knew we could make it because we were following in the tracks if a very large cow or bull. It's hoof prints were in the mud and cow paddies became a mine field so much so it seemed like we were dancing a jig to avoid the slop. Fragrant in another way! Finally we were at the top! There were old ...
... Patricks at Ben Lomond.
We even found the small Roman Catholic Church and inquired of the caretaker when mass was on Sunday, the next day. He could not speak English, but some nuns had just returned from grocery shopping and one of them spoke German and said mass was at 6:30am. Cath made a sleeping sign with hands to the side of nodded head and the nun was not impressed but smiled weakly.
Near the centre of Cetinje, ...