Queen of Montenegro
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... weekend getaway spot. Many beaches. The Godfather was shot here. Beautifully picturesque area! Mt Etna could be seen smoking in the distance. They did not seem concerned about an eruption because they say that Mt Etna has never killed anyone as they usually get enough notice to vacate the dangerous areas (not sure I’d want to test that thought process). We went to Taormina and visited this small town and there was a theatre still constructed of the old rock ...
... hostel was full so this was a packed house with young people from all over the world...oh and two old ***** from America, that would be us! We visited with a young couple from Australia (at least we could understand them!) Jeremy and Sofie (yes we told her we have a horse with that name and of course showed her a photo of Mike riding Sofie in South Dakota). They had been traveling since January and would continue through July. We have always enjoyed throughout our travels ...
... in the world. As it was just after the end of the peak season, as proved by the biggest nightclub (5,000 people) having closed for the year on August 31st, some of the places were closed and the crowds were reduced, although there were still quite a few people.
On the way here, I passed Sveti Stefan, which is probably Montenegro's most famous image. I was on the wrong side of a shared cab to snap a shot, but here's ...
A bit of an easy day. After sleeping in, we drove around the coast a bit and then went inland to Cetinje, Rijeka Crnojevica, and Lovcen National park. We ended up just passing through Cetinje (twice) before heading down into the river valley for Rijeka Crnojevica, a small historical town very near a beautiful part of Lake Skadar. We strolled the village a bit ...
... the two lines of cars and buses to creep through and soon we're rolling into Cetinje, Montenegro's former capital city. It's a fairly small and undistinguished place and we would have passed straight through on our way toward the coast were it not for the fact that there are no signs in sight to point the way. After driving through a great deal of Cetinje, visiting some parts of it multiple times, we stop and ask directions and within a few minutes, pass the sign to Budvar at ...