Hotel Slovenska Plaza
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... and eventually being confiscated from the owner. Fortunately, we had a smooth border crossing with all our organs intact! Back in Dubrovnik Stephen dropped us at the ferry terminal where we had to kill three hours before boarding the ferry. We ate dinner, built our leg muscles by taking a walk with our backpacks and searched for a Milka bar with no success. Finally, it was time to board the ferry. We climbed down to our room to find a very compact space with two bunk beds and a ...
... to the border as possible and spend a night there before continuing my journey to the east. Ulcinj was a surprise: the small beach city was SUPER PACKED with tourists from Kosovo, and I was surprised to find a Muslim/Albanian town in Montenegro, where most of the population is Orthodox or Catholic, and ethnic and language related to Serbia and the other former Yugoslavia countries. Ulcinj was like being in a small beach town in Turkey with doner kebab stalls ...
... little cafe and had a lovely lunch of seafood paella and truffle risotto. Following lunch, we walked to the old town of Kotor. Much like other old European sea towns, it is surrounded by a wall to stop people from invading. This particular old town had averaged 3 churches per block. Very quaint town, sweet little town.
Once we arrived back on the ship, the relaxation continued (again, this seems to be a trend). We followed a leisurely afternoon with a meal ...
... a quick consultation of the map on my phone (and asking a couple of locals) we were on our way. But not before I noticed a rather large looking wall on top of the mountain overlooking the village. I remember thinking how it must be part of the fortress we came to see.
Off we went into the village which only took about 10 minutes to reach. We were greeted with a large wall surrounded by a moat and some fishermen gathered at what ...
... citadel, which stands along the south end of the city walls. The citadel and the city walls date back to the 15th century; like the rest of the town, they suffered severe damage in the 1979 earthquakes, and have largely been restored and reconstructed. We climbed the steps to the citadel, paid our 2 euro entrance fee, then walked up to the walls where we were treated to lovely views of the city and sea. From that ...