Hotel Regina Elena

st. November 29, Building 22, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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This hotel, located on st. November 29, Building 22, Budva, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Other parts of Montenegro, including Budva

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 29, 2014

    ... our passports and stamped them and we moved on at about 3:30. We drove about one minute down the road and arrived at...another border control! This time for the Republika Srpska. They took all our passports again but didn't stamp them this time. We finally continued on at around 4 AM. I was using my rain jacket over my face to block the light from the road and the sky when it started getting light out and it actually worked really well. They had to touch my arm ...

    How to Build Your Own Island

    A travel blog entry by dvotaw on Sep 25, 2012

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    ... it today as part of our trip to Montenegro. Miracle stories and the amazing churches that people built using the resulting thank-you gifts are not uncommon in Europe. Of course we always wonder about how much of the story was true. I believe in a God of miracles, so I can't just dismiss the whole thing. Perhaps He did more miracles in those days because people had more faith, and lacked the education that has made ours an age of ...

    Mountains. Sea. Venetian Villages. Breathtaking.

    A travel blog entry by seangmandell on Sep 08, 2012

    66 photos

    ... in Budva was walking to the promenade. It easily could have been any seaside summer promenade & town that many have experienced in Ocean City, Maryland, Virginia Beach; or even, (yes, I'm going "there") Seashore Heights, New Jersey. There was something odd about this experience. Namely, the majority of the tourists were Russian. It felt oddly like the population was emulating something that was otherwise unnatural to them, and simultaneously trying ...

    Thunderstruck!

    A travel blog entry by tylerandtori on Oct 22, 2011

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    ... good as well, we had our own bathroom and kitchen inside our room and for 15€ a night!

    During the first night there, a huge thunderstorm started. We both were woken up during the night by the loud roaring thunder, it sounded so close! It went on for hours! The next morning was calm and cloudy, so we decided to venture out. As we were walking through the town, it started to thunder and lightning again. We saw people crowded out on ...

    It's Harder the Second Time

    A travel blog entry by abergsma on Oct 06, 2011

    ... and I liked it. A little more than half way, I stopped to take a couple of pictures... and my batteries died... and my spares were back at the hostel. I finished my trek up to the fortress and there was a guy from Waterloo who let me use his phone to take a few pictures and said he would e-mail them to me later (however there didn't seem to be anything attached to that e-mail). It was sort of awkward using someone else's phone to take pictures (also it ...