Hotel Slovenska Plaza
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... city walls. A stone castle peered down from a mountain above Kotor. The path leading up is steep and comprised of switchback pathways. Stephen dropped us off with a local guide to take an hour tour of the city. It was apparent that our guide was passionate about Montenegro and was clearly a walking encyclopedia of facts. We visited several very old churches both Catholic and Orthodox and wandered through narrow pathways within the town walls. Our new guide indicated many ...
... in a 10 beds dorm which actually had two separate rooms (the first one was for 4 people, the second one was for 6 people) that shared one bathroom. The hostel itself was a little bit dirty and somehow smelly but it was really cool. We also met there a lot of very nice people.
That day we didnīt do that much. We spent practically all day between writing and reading. At about 22.00 we went to the beach to have a glass of beer.
August 30, ...
... that just happened to be at the bus station as we pulled in. Then it was off exploring another old town.
Kotor is bigger than Budva and in a nicer setting. Wedged between the mountains and a bay in the Bay of Kotor it has a nicer feel as well. The Bay of Kotor is a bit like the Marlborough Sounds and the town of Kotor is in the position Picton would be there ( for my NZ ...
I was feeling a little more positive about my foot the next day and was up for exploring the streets of the old town -- but, as luck would have it, Konrad wasn't feeling too hot, so we spent the morning hanging around the apartment. Around midday he had improved a bit, so we decided to give it a go. We walked back to the boardwalk (which was much ...
... similar to that in Dubrovnik and Jerusalem, about 1/4 size of Jerusalem, full of copped streets and alleyways but still easily to get lost, but as I keep wandering, I got back to where I started. The town is quite touristy as in Istanbul but not as commerical as in Dubrovnik, in the end it's still quiet and pleasant to explore. Because of the size of the town, one full day is more than enough to take the place in, but the atmosphere in the town and the breathtaking fjord here ...