Villa Simo

Address: Petrovac, 85 300 , Serbia and Montenegro | Villa
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Location

This villa is located in Petrovac.
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Travel Blogs from Petrovac

A day in Hawaii!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 12, 2014

11 photos

... yachts...

“Excuse me, you cannot sit here, this is a private area exclusive for yacht owners only”

And there it was…confirmation that we really did hate this place!

BUT, we said we would not be defeated so we held our tongues (actually, Paulie very politely didn’t, that’s my man :) and thought that maybe if we left the mainland and got a boat to the pretty island of ...

Meandering to Montenegro

A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 03, 2014

2 photos

... and we could hear them singing for at least 2 hours. Boys sure know how to have fun. I got some Euros and bought some Montenegran beer. There was a complimentary bottle of delicious red wine in the room and Leslie and I enjoyed a glass before dinner. We met as a group to review the way things worked and to hear about the hiking options for tomorrow. Each day you can choose between a longer, more challenging walk, or the wimp walk which I am doing tomorrow. Don't want to kill myself ...

Crna Gora

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 12, 2014

38 photos

... was the local strudel made with walnuts and not overly sweet.

Next day we crossed back into Croatia a little relieved yet grateful to have visited the remnant of Ruritania. If travel, as opposed to just holidaying, does not make you occasionally uncomfortable by what you experience then why go? The early 19th century American essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson dismissed travel as a fools activity. He argued that we are each essentially the ...

Montenegro - Kotor

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 29, 2013

2 comments, 69 photos

... It took us approx. 45 minutes to climb up. Of course, on the way there we were taking many pictures; however, it was probably for the first time when Gonzalo wasn´t ****** so much because even he had to recognize that the view was really awesome. Actually how we were getting higher and higher the view was getting better and better. It was incredible! We passed by many lookouts (btw. very useful for those who need to catch breath) as well as by the Church of Our Lady ...

Final days in Montenegro

A travel blog entry by shaeshae88 on Jul 01, 2013

... a cafeteria with all the food laid out in front of you and you got to pick what meals you wanted. There was a huge selection from salads to soups to roasts to fish. It was amazing and so affordable. We ended up going to the cafeteria on 3 different occasions, that's how affordable it was, and we almost cried when we went there for dinner one night and it was already closed. I had a massive Ceasar Salad one time but instead of Ceasar dressing the waitress smothered it in cocktail ...