Stella di Mare
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... with around 280km. This town/city of Budva, was dominated by Russian investors and there was a clear Russian influence. It was beautiful and again had another small walled city on the edge of the coastline. We were given around 3 hours to walk around here and explore as much as we could.
We decided to go to the old town first, just to get a feel of the town and what it was like. It was much like both Kotor and Dubrovnik but a lot quieter. We ...
... on it for years, and could have been very damaged in the war. But, you could hike up the main part, but we didn't as I was in flip-flops (my tennis shoes were still wet from the night before) and that just wasn't good footwear for a long hike up uneven stones.
We finally decided to head back to Dubrovnik and the ride back was had more spectacular scenery, just in reverse. We discovered that Montenegro is on the Euro, while Croatia ...
... the climb and save her feet, while Dad and I made it to the church, Kim, Cliff and Rog carried on to the top enjoying the most amazing views.
We then jumped on the hop on hop off bus to explore Bajova Kula, Perast and Risan. Perast, this small town flourished during the 18th century when it had four busy shipyards, and a fleet of about 100 ships. ...
... cruise ship. Visitors are attracted both by the natural beauty of the Gulf of Kotor and by the old town of Kotor. Kotor is a World Heritage Site dubbed the Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor.
Tonight we were treated to Azamara's AzAmazing Evening. Our coach took us to Hotel Maestral in Przno, Montenegro. The hotel is spectacularly located along the Montenegrin coast with breathtaking views of ...
... here in the Border region . not surprising since there was an lot of Bloodshed going on here during the Balkan war when the Serbian Army pressed north invading Croatia burning their Houses to the Ground trying to preventing them separating itself from the Yugoslav Republic. Today the two Country's working somewhat together depending equally from the Tourist Industry. It will probably take another Generation to make People forget this terrible ...