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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 ...
... out this morning to a boat moored out in the bay. Such a good view out there. Had a shave today as well. Feels good to have clean skin again. Tonight we are going to try and find a nice restaurant to have dinner the I guess we will just come home and pack before leaving tomorrow for ...
... the way down passing tourists off the cruise ship. We had fun guessing how far some of them would make it, considering some of the women were dressed more to 'do lunch', than to climb. An American woman asked if we had seen any snakes and we could have had some fun with that ... but we didn't.
We drove to Lovcen National Park. Paul was keen to get to a spot where he had seen a photo taken. To get there though is a drive on an 'extreme' road. It had 25 ...
... walk up the shore to dinner on the waterside terrace of a restaurant. Greek salad and cuttlefish in a black risotto brings a welcome change from the all-brown diet of the last couple of weeks. The sun falls below the black mountains as I sip a glass of wine and eavesdrop on a table of Russians drinking Crystal Champagne at one table and a middle-aged Scottish gay couple chatting over Beck's at another; an incongruous linguistic ping pong match between thick burr and Slavic sibilance. ...
... hot and miserable, it didn’t stop us from going to the only beach in the city at 2:00p in the afternoon. :) The beach was not of the sandy variety, and was one of the most painful beach experiences my poor feet have ever encountered. Because there is no breeze, there are almost no waves, which mean there is less erosion on the rocks, resulting in less sand. Even though the beach was rocky and painful, it was beautiful. The water was the clearest I’ve ever ...