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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... we passed through Risan where the Roman Mosaics can be found, however, we didnīt enter.
Our goal was to reach another small town called Kamenari from where we wanted to take a ferry to the other side of the bay, to the place called Lepetane. The ferry was very fast (there are actually four of them) and super cheap (EUR 1 for one bike).
A few kilometers after we crossed the bay we decided to stop again, just to have one more beer.
Then we ...
... way to fill tomorrow before my late bus. oh well. so in my hunt i ended up walking beyond the city along the quiet little road on the edge of the bay. It was so tranquil i just kept walking through the next little town and beyond. I was marvelling at how there are these little stone mini harbour walls all along to 2 or 3 tiny row boats, and the odd quayside for something larger or beach for swimming.
What a tremendous introduction to Montenegro. Again being ignorant we hadn't done much research into the country except for a few Lonely Planet excerpts but our first point of call knocked out socks off - Perast.
After actually one of the best nights sleep, we packed up hit the road but only as far as the local bakery. We stocked up on what turned out to be the most delicious tasting pastries we have ever had - my ...
... especially when it rains as it happened when I was there.
Cetinje is located after the National Park of Lovcen Mountain in a green valley and is a simply and sad city maybe because has lost its importance after having lost the title of capital of the country in favour of Podgorica, former Titograd.
The big former house of Parliament had been converted into museum, the Royal Palace is no more, so you can just see the luxury villas that once were ...