Hotel Vile Oliva
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Vile Oliva Petrovac
Travel Blogs from Petrovac
... where they had none of them was a big deal. However we wished that we had had the opportunity to see the small island of St Stefan however we were not given enough time to venture over there and the tour did not take us there as it has been privatised unfortunately.
After a lovely meal on the beach (which was amazingly cheap in Montenegro) we headed back to the bus and drove back to Croatia. Despite have a short time in Montenegro we loved it, ...
... cheese inside...it was delicious. Back on the coach and we made our way to Badva (haven't checked if that town name is correct...going from memory!). We had a good 2 hours of free time here so a few of us put our feet in / swam. If I'd known to bring my bathers and towel with me today I would have swam! On our way back to Dubrovnik we took a ferry to take a short cut across the bay. Then it was an early-ish night for ...
... to mention I was probably wearing a tshirt with a hole in it and ripped jeans, so I wasn't exactly the picture of wealth. By far my favourite place in Turkey was Cappadocia. This was such a weird and wonderful place. It was like nothing I had ever seen before, and it was totally breathtaking. The first day I got up for sunrise to watch the balloons, I really was speechless. I got up at 630 to watch them hovering over our hostel, and after laying eyes on one ...
... other any minute. You know the type. You get the picture. Well I swear they are in the room opposite to us. Must avoid from now on. We will be tendered to this location and Wazzas joke of the day Treat the little boats nicely because they are tender. Gawdhelpme. Lazy morning, shower and climb one of those mountains is on the a gender today. Although the plan was to let the belly swell I'm not coping. What a pleasant surprise. ...
... 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 ...