Hotel Vile Oliva
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... hid from the Romans for years. They would live under there for 2 weeks at a time when they were under attack. It is believed that there may be tunnels there that lead to other underground cities. I had no idea how they dug out those rooms or those passage ways, let alone get lost down there for months, but it was incredible to see. Spence and I ended our time in Turkey in Istanbul. This was a really cool city, with a lot of culture. We saw the ...
... a fish bone in the soup and the bone was stuck for a few hours. She tried everything to get the bone to go down or come up, but to no avail. It definitely couldn't have been comfortable and needless to say, she didn't eat her main course.
Our last stop of the night a lookout over Budva, which is where many visitors to Montenegro stay. It's a modern city known for beaches and partying. From above, we also saw the island of Sveti Stefan, which is a small island that ...
... mix of offerings from seamen petitioning for / or acknowledging divine protection at sea.
- Despite having sworn off stone steps after the Inca trail, Jeannie did the 1,350 steps up to the fortress of St John from the old city and was rewarded by a wonderful view over the town. Then another 1,350 steps back. GR did a few laps around the ships jogging track!!!
Kotor was an unforgettable experience - a real ...
... the coastline which I guessed was about 3 km away as the crow flies. Guess what? We had to come down!! We started off on the shady side of the mountain, a pine forest and feathery ferns. The path was soft underfoot. Way, way, way down I could see the brightest azure blue of the bay leading to Kotor, a very old city. The pine path turned into a series of switchback paths, each section between 100-150 of my strides. Each switchback section was supported underneath ...
... reserved two nights at Hotel SportIN (Yes, that is correct, Hotel SportIN.) in central Cetinje, more or less. Hotel SportIN occupies one end of an ex-Montenegrin army barracks which is now a sports centre with gyms and indoor courts, and thus, I assume, the name SportIN. The road outside the hotel was seriously under construction so we had to take a few turns around town to find an alternative way in. As we were unpacking the car a ...