Hotel Slovenska Plaza
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Riviera is most
than just summering Serbians. It’s become a somewhat of a getaway for
jetsetters from around Europe and the world with a very heavy Russian presence
in the luxury condos and villa communities that line the shore. It’s exactly
the kind of place I can spend a few hours at the beach or a day or two but
dread spending longer periods of time.
Budva itself is like a ...
... because I had been a long time away from my home, and I think I just needed a break from beer/shots and just truly relax...so I took the car and went on a little expedition to see nearby towns. I drove quite a bit on the coast line, seeing incredible vistas and beautiful little villages...It was quite impressive actually to think Montenegro was so nice. I wound up in another medieval fort, Kotor, which all it's intricate alleyways and it's merchants, and I even took ...
... seems so empty without chairs everywhere, although there are seats around the edges that look like choir stalls from the churches of Spain. The decorations were pretty nice and the iconostasis had some nice paintings, but I felt sort of out of place. There were clearly some Orthodox tourists who were visiting there who just seemed to know better where important things were and how they should act. I didn't mind too much but it was interesting to have ...
... and not crowded at all. At first I felt sorry for the boat company as they would be making hardly any money at all, but after we made three more stops, I stopped feeling sorry for them and started fearing for my life as the amount of people on this boat clearly was almost double what would be normal and safe in most other countries. Yep, the posters were now a bit off the mark and may have made some little white lies in their advert spiel. Clearly the boat was neither relaxing ...
... once again living our cooking tour experiences...we went to the market with executive chef Graeme, to replenish the ships supplies. He continued to amuse us with his anecdotes and stories of past market expeditions. Once again we were the 'younguns' on tour. We started at the fish stall where he jostled for the best prices and gave us various tips about how to select the best and freshest produce. With the promise to return, ...