Palazzo Radomiri Hotel

Dobrota 220, Dobrota, Kotor Municipality, Montenegro | Hotel
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Kotor, Montenegro

A travel blog entry by joe-darlene

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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 …

Parting shots

A travel blog entry by peyton

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I spend a good part of the morning working out my options for getting to Nis, Serbia on Monday. I was hoping to take the bus and see the country in between, but the only bus between here and there leaves at 5.30pm, getting in at 6am the next morning; meaning I would either need to leave today and miss a night here or leave tomorrow afternoon, …

Sittin' on the dock of the bay

A travel blog entry by peyton

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Up early to drive Judy to the bus station in Kotor. She needs the 7:10 to Split where she will board an all night ferry to Acona, Italy Sunday night where she has a flight booked to Madrid. Not many people at the bus station this early - a handful of passengers, a kindly-faced Orthodox priest, and shop keepers opening their kiosk for the day. Judy …

Upstairs

A travel blog entry by peyton

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'You should go opSTEERS.' The young waitress at the restaurant last night said she hadn't gone upstairs until last year and should never have waited so long. Going upstairs is one of the first things people here say you should do. Why fight it? Minutes after our rental car -- a red, five speed Toyota  Yaris -- is dropped off in front of the hotel, …

Kotorology II

A travel blog entry by peyton

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From 1797 to 1805, the Hapsburgs scooped up Kotor and its environs to add to their Austro-Hungarian empire until Napoleon claimed it for his own Kingdom of Italy. This sort of historical Monopoly game continued when Cattaro was briefly held by the Russians and then by the British before being handed back to the Hapsburgs in 1814.  Things were as …

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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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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding