HEC Hotel Residence
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Celsius all day.
All along the way were small little coffee shops where one could stop and
have a bru as and when required. Of course I never had any local currency and
these people tend not to work with Euros but being the kind people the Albanians
are they just would not let you go away without a drink and so every shop I
stopped at took my Euros just to be kind.
I had a number of long chats with loads of people en route and they all
... with hundred of precious rubies and emerald stones. It is crazy to think how much wealth people had. Unfortunately Istanbul was the last place Spencer and I visited together. So we said our very sad goodbyes (again), for a little while longer so I can get some more traveling out of my system before I go back to real life at home. From there, Spence flew to Brissy, and I flew to Eataly, where I have proceeded to eat my feelings and order pizza and gelato for ...
... Each person was afforded about 45 grains of sand! Being so cramped also added to the heat! After a cool off in the equally crowded sea we meandered back up the steep hill to the apartment to cook! The following day we had to leave (we could only afford one night of luxury!) So we set off for Kotor, the most inland coastal town I've ever been to (please look at a map before winding me up about that sentence) On arrival we got slightly confused by the hostel ...
... small wooden stick to emit a frog-like sound. Are we ever sorry we let him buy that! The old city, constructed of massive white stone, abounded with interesting public buildings, monuments, shops, restaurants, and residences, all along stone paved streets worn very smooth through the passage of mostly people and possibly animals over many centuries. We were struck by the fact the buildings were clean and bright. Only the ornately-carved stonework had been left with the accumulated ...
This morning, take time to discover more of Kotor at your own pace.
After lunch, disembark and take a bus to Montenegro. We will stop in front of the town of Perast, so you can take a small boat to visit the Baroque “Our Lady of the Rocks” shrine. According to legend, local fishermen saw the Virgin Mary in the reef here in 1452, and began a ritual of dropping ...