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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rivijera Petrovac
Travel Blogs from Petrovac
... with stunning views that can only be matched by places such as Norway. However with this being the Balkans, the weather was completely different and meant that views from the tops of the mountains were entirely possible. Unlike Dubrovnik, the area was not so busy, and despite the tourists we were fully able to enjoy its splendour. It is one of my favourite places and I despite its small size, I would highly recommend it.
... surreal to be able to go in the baths. Our tour to these 2 places was funny, not only did they take us to these 2 tourist destinations, but they also took us to a jewellery shop and tried to convince us to spend money (we were the only backpackers). The guy in the jewellery shop said to me "we have a special price for you today. Half price for you.. It's only $2000." I was like "mate, we are traveling around the world. That's a return plane ...
... feel the ship speed up and rocking for the first time. Surprising what a difference it made. There's is a family (there is always a family) that are oblivious to anyone else on this ship. Hogging the pool. Brat kids running everywhere. Intimidating anyone else who wants to get in the hot tub. Don't speak English. I'm thinking they might be masso and their conversation go on and on with hand gestures like they are about to ...
... 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 ...
... of rubbish and litter along the roads and streets.
Modern industrial societies are filled the detritus of its consumer output. Think about all the packaging waste we bring home from any shopping. However, so-called advanced societies have developed systems to deal with this glut of garbage. We become only aware of it when the garbos go on strike and we have to smell the week old prawn heads simmering out back in the uncollected bin.