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... Yep, the whole negotiation was because they normally don't allow us young "rat bags" into this establishment and they were actually doing us a favour.
What a place I thought; cheap food, no waiting, no chewing, the lack of spice easing the chances of a boiling hot, ringer stinger of a poo later, yep I had found heaven. This was no coincidence at all either, as I truly believe that the planets had aligned for me to be in this very location, at this very time, ...
... since Stalin was in power and is in pretty crummy shape today. The property has been bought out by the Hilton chain, which has started construction of a new wing adjacent to the current hotel. From what Mom and I gathered, the current hotel will then be totally gutted and renovated, and the new building plus the renovated building will reopen as the first Hilton in Montenegro.
Mom and I ate breakfast in the hotel, then packed. We checked out of the hotel and had the ...
... in the water. oh well. I did start this entrz anyway.
After dinner, everyone gathered in the hut on the beach. The organiser had some connection to one of the croatian embassadors, and she have a short speech. Then, give the girls alcohol and music, and there is your entertainment. For a guaranteed wild party that went on till 3.30 in the morning. Great fun. I'm sure there will be regrets in the morning. But they'll worry about it then. Till tomorrow comes, I had another great ...
... bus to Skopje, Macedonia. the lady at the desk doesn’t speak English so she calls for help. A man who works there comes over and we explain our intention to travel to Skopje. He umms and ahhs and then says he will make some calls. Ok all good. I am a bit wary as i am sure that they can check that stuff on the computer??
Anyway we tell him we are going for lunch and will see if he can get through by then. Lunch was recommended to us by the tourist office so we ...
The higher we climbed the more snow there was. When we got to the Kosovo border there was a couple of inches of it yet the road was fairly clear. Still going up it was several more k's before we reached the Montenegro border post. In between there were several houses on the slopes and plenty of parking spots along the roadside. Big trucks were occupying many of those parking places. Once we got to the Montenegro border post the snow was ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking