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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Budva
... us directions to town so we headed in for a wander. As the oldies from Austria had suggested it to us - it hadn't dawned on us it that it might have been a bit of a retirement type of place with some odd nightclubs and a tacky gypsy style market along the seafront. Still a nice walk for the night and the old town was as always quite quaint. Burger'ed up at a place called fresco's and hit the hay - shattered. Campsite Location pretty good - facilities decidedly ...
... The seaside township only experiences a little sun during the day as the mountains shade it most of the day! Today we took a 4WD trip (what else!!) into the majestic mountains which surround the city of Kotor. We had three Patrols and our guide Alexander capably guided us through the turbulent history of his country. He was a fantastic wealth of information and fiercely proud of the history which has been faithfully handed down through the ...
... Despite the touristiness, Budva does have a nice old town built on a small island connected to a peninsula and from the hills above you get a great view of the area. Now, had I known how touristy it was I would have advised skipping it, but we just spent one night there and since it turned out that it was Jiji's birthday we (eventually) ended up having a phenomenal seafood dinner and a drink or two before turning in for the night. ;)
Another day without a tour so we slept in again. It was a very rough ride into the Bay of Kotor overnight; the ship’s rocking was reminiscent of Antarctica. It was windy and rainy in the morning, so we went back to bed. Around lunchtime, we decided to go wander around Kotor. We went to the gangway and waited for a tender. As passengers came off the arriving tender, then let us know just how rough the water ...
... I know about a cow. Another concern, which we began the mountain climb already having in mind, was that there would certainly be no campsites in Cetinje, or anywhere else up this mountain. We knew we would be wild camping somewhere or finding a car park we could tuck ourselves into. But we hadn’t considered the cold conditions, which all this snow was now making clear would be part of the deal. That would likely mean a whole night of using up our propane to ...