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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... but was never fully restored. Joe said we went “to church today,” because this small city has 14 churches and Susan wanted to photograph every one. Many of the churches were constructed in the 12th and 13th centuries are museums now.
Joe had a long conversation with an Irish man who had had actually been to Idaho to float several rivers. He was a river guide. Now an employee of the New Zealand Embassy in Switzerland ...
... was once one of the mansions on the Bay belonging to one family. They had so many mansions that ours had its own chapel. The hotel was on a pedestrian walkway that went along the water, all the way into the town of Kotor, a 45 minute stunning walk along the water looking across to small villages sprinkled everywhere.
Even though Albania only opened up to outsiders in 1990, the border crossing here ...
... using the narrow Strait of Verige to deter enemy ships from entering the bay attracted unwanted attention from Roman invaders who seized her prized territory. A succession of occupying empires followed – Serbian, Venetian, Austro-Hungarian, and Yugoslavian.
We drove from Bosnia and Herzegovina for the day, crossing the border after paying a small conservation fee. Driving on the narrow meandering road meant that we had to play hopscotch ...
It was a three hour bus ride from Dubrovnik to Kotor in Montenegro. The bus travelled along the cost and the journey was very winding. I felt sick by the time the bus stopped in Kotor. We were not too sure what to expect from Montenegro. It is a relatively new country which has only recently declared independence in May 2006. Montenegrin people are on average meant to be very tall, so I wasn't sure if we should expect a country ...
... coastal town which is now a five star resort so could only look from the coast but great camping, freezing cold showers and attempted runs along the coastal path, stopping as soon as the sun topped the mountain as it instantly frazzled you!!!! Budva old town filled a good morning, lots of tiny cobbled streets with shops and restaurants to wander, had some good seafood - Bex Garrod you would be envious of our amazing octopus salad, ...