- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... was expectedly somewhat hazy, lacking in context the further away you tried to photograph. Some of the winding roads below would have been better photo ops. Not the best 10M of the trip. We stopped shortly thereafter for another vista; same issue. On the road by 1440.
We evidently descended more quickly, hitting a larger road by 1500, toward Resen. Some gaps in memory could be equated with nodding off. Little towns like Bela Crkva were farming country, ...
... on corners or roundabouts, luckerly no damaged to either person or bike. I also dropped my bike at the order crossing getting into Greece, the roads we wet and I missed my footing and over it went! Again no damage except dented pride. Tomorrow we have decided to take motorways rather than the back roads to give us a easier day.
... stops and amazing views to take in. Tourism in the Montenegro coastline is a colossal economic input, with every inch of the 2km main beach in Budva covered by bars and restaurant seating.
We slept in the car park of the Ernest Hemingway restaurant. Again, very kind if them, but the smell of sewage wafting into the tent intermittently through the night was a huge put off! Coincidentally the following day I was hit by a brief but ...
... top of the mountain with a small taxi bus, we were greeted with hugs of random people there! Everybody told us: welcome home! We saw the view around us and it was incredible, the peaks of the mountains and the sun hidding behind them! we were 1800meters high and we already felt the cold getting into our bones, so we quickly built our tent and we heard a mass of people shouting: Food circle! NOW! then we heard it again but much closer, it was unbelievable sound! We climbed up the ...
... who is related to whom, how they are related, where they live, how many children they have or why they don't have children. She knows the history of the village from 1600. All her information came from her mother-in-law (Baba-Mara) who is my father's aunt and sister of Nicholas Pappas, the lexiographer. It's not clear how Anna knows all this information since Baba-Mara died 25+ years ago.
Anna took me to see my 88 yr. old second ...