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... in the niches and has moody accent lighting. The walls are about 10 inches of thick stone, which are appreciated since those Cathedral bells are going off all the time, as it's Christmas time. The bells, the bells......Sanctuary!!!
The staff that work here are great and have given us a lot of good info. On Christmas day, we hiked up the city walls and to a fort and church at the top of the mountain behind the city. The views of ...
... head, and eyeballs intact. But,.....it was by and large the most delicious meal I've had this entire trip. There are no words descriptive enough to do this meal justice. So,....let's just say, it was 'off the chain' good! We completely devoured the entire meal.
After dinner, we decided to walk to the beach. We took a wrong turn and ended up in what appeared to be a military area. We quickly made a turn around, and left that ...
This morning we arrived in Kotor, Montenegro. Weather overcast and it rained all day. We had to tender today and catch the little boats to the pier which was fun. Kotor is a beautiful town and very picturesque. Our tour today was up through the mountains of Montenegro to a village that is popular for smoked ham and cheese. I was worried during the bus ride yesterday but that was nothing compared to today. We had 25 hairpin turns on a road that is suppose to ...
... the gateway, wanting money before we could proceed. There was no way I was going to put any of my hard earned coins into that grubby paw, so we didn't climb up. I think Terry though I was a bit mean.
We went back to the ship for a late lunch on the deck. I had two strawberry mojitos to help me enjoy the spectacular beauty. Apparently in summer in is very busy, with up to twelve cruise ships in port. Luckily for us, there was ...
... the Dutch. Finally I felt like I really fitted in with all these tall people.
Leaving town we headed up a road away from the Bay of Kotor that slowly rose up the hill to some great views through the valley. Up ahead of us was a really steep road that climbed really high into the hills. As I’ve mentioned previously Montenegro is very mountainous so we knew today would involve a lot of hill climbing.
As we began climbing the hill we ...