Splendid Conference & Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSplendid Conference & Spa Resort Becici
Very nice hotel, lovely stuff, super nice view. Such a great experience.
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... from centuries ago (not an amphitheatre like the Colosseum) where they still do regular performances. The guide we had showed us the perfect acoustics of this open air theatre while there as she went to the center of the stage area and talked normally and we could hear every word said as though she were standing next to us and we were way up in the seating area above the stage! The view from this theatre while watching a performance was magnificent. Mt Etna ...
... adventure stories like this. Another reason we love the hostel atmosphere even though we are always old enough to be most of the other boarders grandparents!
The next day was out hiking day. And what a hike it was. First up to St John's Hill and the walled fortress and then on to some of the peaks of Lovcen Massif. You first start right in the walled old town of Kotor, through a narrow passage way to the start of some steps that lead to the fortress going STRAIGHT ...
... http://www.svetistefan.com/slike/sveti- stefan-pogled--2-_1322954978380.jpg . It was once very jet set, including hosting the Fischer-Spassky rematch in 1992, but fell a bit on hard times in the aftermath of the Balkan War. But it has now, unfortunately for non-guests who would like to visit, been purchased by a luxury resort chain. No room goes for less than $1,000 a night in the summer. They do let boats toddle around ...
... a fresh fish lunch before continuing on.
As our final destination was Kotor, we drove up and through Mount Lovcen to check out the unique national park, the beautiful views, imaginary rock people, and to take a twisting road down to Kotor Bay through 30-something hairpin, cliff-edged turns!
Let's save Kotor for the next travel blog!
... of town. Budvar is another hub of the Montenegrin Riviera; a Venetian port on the Adriatic just outside of the great fallopian inlet of Boka Kotorska. As we trace long, lazy switchbacks down the hills to the town, we can see miles of rugged coastline stretching along the brilliant blue waters. Budvar is a full-on beach town, with high rise resorts, marinas packed with gleaming mega-yachts and a younger, sun-worshiping crowd. Its StarGrad is smaller than Kotor's but otherwise ...