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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 ...
... t feel well,...and she brought up some tea that promptly zapped the nausea I had been feeling for the last hour.
Kris and I were sitting on our little balcony talking when the most amazing smell came wafting up. OMG,....it smelled good. Within minutes, the manager (whose name I could never pronounce, and won't embarrass myself trying) brought up two large trays with a salad, French fries, bread, and two large trout on both ...
... and go to an Internet cafe. We are back on the tender by 3.30pm and we get decidedly wet on the top deck as the seas have got much rougher. This evening we spent a couple of hours in the grand foyer, which is where the live band plays and where there are several bars and a dance floor. The live music is great with mostly music from our ...
... 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 ...
... Dubrovnik and started
the journey today stunningly. We slowly
wound our way for about an hour to the Montenegro border. This border control took about 15 minutes to
get through as we all handed our passports into the coach conductor who took
them off to get stamped before returning them on the other side. There was some apprehension on our part that
our passports were taken out of our sight but thankfully they were promptly
returned on arrival ...