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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... really appreciated. The Ramp was busy with an arrival every couple minutes , but Adrian an Avid Cyclist freed up some time to tell me that I was invited at his home and that tomorrow i could ,if I wanted participate in an Local Bicycle race. I told him that there is no substitute for age and racing against 25 year olds I would probably not fare very well. But Adrian thinks I should give it a try anyway since there where beginners ...
... Herceg-Novi then tried to hitch a lift from there to the Croation border where I had read the campsite was close to. However not one single sodding miserable ******* stopped to give me a lift. I thus ended up walking along the main road in the blistering heat for over 2 hours with all these cars happily whizzing past. NOTE TO FELLOW BACKPACKERS - DONT ...
... walls are all that separate this life from the next. From the passenger seat, Judy feels like we have one wheel off the edge at all times. From the driver's seat, I'm pretty sure each approaching car is going to relieve us of our side mirror. As we climb, I can't help stealing glances at the sweeping view of the bay and the rooftops of Kotor. 'Hairpin turn,' warns Judy. The way the road keeps constantly twisting back on itself, she could repeat that every 15 seconds. In fact, ...
The next day in Kotor was another lazy day recuperating from the hard hot day before. However, the second to last day in Kotor, we decided to hike the mountain to St. John's Fortress, built c. 500 AD by the Romans.
We left the hostel bright and early at 8:45a and walked through the Old Town to get to one of the starting points for the hike. The hike to the top took ...