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... TV from the satellite dish. That's the wrong kind of remote.
Other than that, there's not a lot to do in this town other than enjoy the narrow, winding cobblestone passageways (yawn). Just kidding! I still love it. There's a big Catholic Cathedral here but Catholics are the minority. The Orthodox Church is bigger but their Christmas comes about 2 weeks after ours. We are lucky that there was no problem getting here or ...
Mon 13th: Had a good chat over wine on our late arrival the previous night in the Kotor apartment that we'd found by chance (didn't use Booking.com!) and next morning said goodbye to Mr Popovic and drove the scary narrow drive along the coast to of ...
... drink glass of wine. The little village is at the top of the mountains in a little valley and a really pretty scene. We then headed back to Kotor where we did a walking tour of the old town including the church and a maritime museum. The old town village is very pretty and quite a nice place, although I am starting to get a bit churched out. I don't think I have ever been in so many churches. After the tour we stopped and had coffee in the little ...
... and everything was perfect.
From this lookout we continued to drive on our way to the Lovcen National Park. The road circumnavigated part of the park and on either side of the road we passed dense forest, rocky outcrops, some arid land and as we got higher the foliage and trees dispersed out to a moonlike, rock landscape. After an hour or so we reached the road to go into the park just up from the town of Cetinje.
Just past the turnoff we ...
... age of the building itself. The history must have been amazing! We later
found out the building itself was founded in the 13th century and
had a massive amount of history.
Stunned by how amazing the facility was we headed downstairs and realised
from posters and signs on the wall that we had clearly rushed our trip here and
were going to need extra time to truly see Kotor and specifically Montenegro.
One of the tours that was ...