Monte Casa Spa & Wellness
- Airport Transportation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... in the lounge room, each one's eyes following me as I walked through the lounge room. Yes, lounge room. It was more like a guest house than a hostel. Actually I think we were just staying in someone's house. Anyway, after an odd last night in Montenegro we ventured to Athens. I have to admit, Athens didn't exactly blow us away. By the time we arrived there we had had enough of paying to get into monuments. I guess we thought that the Parthenon would ...
... moved, the city still has former embassies and in fact, when some prominent leaders come to Montenegro, they still visit and/or conduct meetings in Cetinje as a sign of respect for Montenegro's past. We stopped by a church and a monastery. There was another historic building, but Mladen was quick to tell us to avoid paying to see the inside of it, we should just look through the glass. Unfortunately, this day, everything inside was covered, so we couldn't see. We stopped ...
... with the rest of the tour group so the boys could all partake in a friendly go-kart race! It was the funniest 10mins...of course the guys were all very competitive but had a great time!
We then all decided to grab some dinner together - so we headed to a Pizziera down on the water front. Since we had only just ate we just shared a small pizza together. By this time my legs were getting pretty painful - but I still battled ...
... cabs that whisk us up a narrow twisting side road where we got out to start our hike. And it was a challenging walk. The trail was mostly rock covered, loose, large, with sections of very wet muddy stretches, other bits grassy and fragrant with wild sage, thyme and fennel. And masses of alpine daisies, pink rock worts, purple flowers, white flowers and blue forget me nots. The sun was hot under a clear sky - the nicest day on our trip so far. We walked up and down and ...
... and searched for this “dragon palace” in the pouring rain – no luck! Then we finally thought we found it, and paid to go inside. I thought it was bizarre – no dragons. Turns out, we went into the church instead, which explains why there were not any dragons. After looking in the pouring rain even longer, we finally figured out that the dragon palace is just a building in town, and owned by the Drago family, and doesn’t have any dragons, and you ...