SENTIDO Tara Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... goods too. Their woollen garments – home spun and hand knitted were amazing. Needless to say it was the foods that tempted us. The local cheeses and prosciutto proved irresistible. Dave will not be allowed out street shopping for a while –he forgot the limited fridge capacity and the pensioner’s budget.
Our inability to see street signs and roadside information continued to hamper us, particularly in ...
Kris and I had a delicious lunch of pasta, and then set out to explore. Moshe had decided to climb the 1300 steps to the top of the fortress. Me,....not so much. I was perfectly content milling around,.....taking picture after picture after picture.
Later in the afternoon, I stopped into a little outdoor cafe to get a cappuccino. I noticed two very talented guys ...
... Durmitor, Mladen took us all to a local restaurant for dinner. Since tomorrow is our last full day in Montenegro, he recommended us to go white water rafting on the Tara River. As it turns out, he's the driver for that trip tomorrow, so for the 3rd time in 4 days, we're going to spent a full day with Mladen. And based on how much fun we've had with him so far, we know the drive tomorrow will be an enjoyable ...
... in two weeks. Well the bummer really is that the cost of living in Croatia was so inexpensive that this amount of money lasted us two weeks there, not going to be that way in countries on the Euro.
Now we can stop at our Hostel and pay Nikola for our room, retrieve our passports and ask about another nights stay. He said he would check on another night for us as we go to find a market. We bought groceries to last a few days and headed back to the hostel where ...
... story of a few buildings in the old town like the prison, the theatre, and a church that had been hidden behind a big wall and recently rediscovered. After Diana left, I decided to go uphill and visit the walls that surround the hill next to Kotor. As I mentioned, the construction of these walls took a thousand years, all in different stages and through different empires. There is a church half way to the top, and the view of the Kotor bay and surround fiord-kind ...