Hotel Rozaje Montenegro

Address: Marsala Tita bb, Rozaje, 84310, Montenegro | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Marsala Tita bb, Rozaje.
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Travel Blogs from Rozaje

Cheese dreams

A travel blog entry by jane.hebiton on Oct 31, 2013

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I'm blaming them on cheese. I have ...

Take the weather with you

A travel blog entry by jane.hebiton on Oct 30, 2013

39 photos

Making the very most the sun that is supposed to be somewhere else at the moment by heading to the hills.

Staying in a teeny tiny little called Tropoja – made famous by the movie Taken 2. The lengths I will go to to extend my holiday. However it's also the perfect launch pad for the Valbona National Park –basically the Albanian Alps. ...

Help, I'm in Novi Pazar and I can't Get Out!

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 06, 2013

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... and I will never travel that route again.

I'm lucky I met the British guy or not sure what I would have done if I was stranded myself with all my luggage. Although lots of buses connect to Novi Pazar getting a bus out can be problematic. The easiest way might be a bus back to Belgrade.

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Biogradska Gora National Park and the Mozzies

A travel blog entry by theplenges on Jul 23, 2013

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... local hard liquer, sheeps cheese, pork rind and coffee!! Couldn’t really refuse but did at the third refill of the pretty nasty liquer he he, Ben’s face was a sight! They told us that the local snakes are poisonous and provided us with plants to eat should we get bitten! And advice that there were local wolves in the woods and camping outside was not a good option!!! So we headed up hill another 2km on their advice to a mountain lodge to ...

Kosovo - Nightmare

A travel blog entry by jagberg on Jun 27, 2013

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... the border was easier than expected. The roads weren't great and the drivers would overtake on bends and rising hills where you couldn't see any oncoming traffic. We headed past Pristina and I've never seen such bad drivers. Very aggressive and they would t let me through on a circle, almost went into a few of them. There were some tense moments. As we headed to Pec we were pulled over by the police for ...