Palazzo Radomiri Hotel

Address: Dobrota 220, Dobrota, Kotor Municipality, Montenegro | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Dobrota 220, Dobrota, is near Gospa od Skrpjela, Maritime Museum, Grubonja Palace, and St. Ozana Church (or St. Maria of river).
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      Travel Blogs from Dobrota

      Kotor, Montenegro

      A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on May 15, 2014

      1 comment, 32 photos

      KOTOR - FROM LAKE OHRID THROUGH ALBANIA
      by Darlene
      Production Design by Joe

      Once in Lake Orhid as we described earlier, we were a bit panicked on how to depart there and get to Kotor Bay in Montenegro when no bus was going anytime soon. We could have gone a circuitous route up thru Kosovo and Serbia or more directly through Albania …

      Lets call this one "The Climb"

      A travel blog entry by tanzamarie on Apr 14, 2010

      31 photos

      ... The guys and I agreed that this was probably true. The second way would be for the guys to evaluate the damage of their car and we pay them and we deal with our car on our own. The guys decided it would cost about 100 Euros to repair the car. We sighed with relief, pulled together our Euros and let them be off. I wanted to pay the guys back, but they wouldn't let me and said that since my name was on the car, I would be responsible for that. Fair enough ...

      What It's Like to Chill with the Most Ruthless Men

      A travel blog entry by lpcyu on Feb 20, 2009

      ... those dealings are organized crime. Upon receiving my Euros from the men, I walked away back to see if Bojana was through with the dentist; she was. I excitedly told Darko that I had successfully managed to exchange American dollars for Euros thinking he'd be pleased with me; he wasn't. Darko was always very protective of me. Instead of commending me he immediately got very angry; scolding me he said exchanging money illegally in the streets of Montenegro was both illegal ...