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Kotor, Muntenegru

Nu am terminat inca de povestit despre minunatul loc Ohrid din Macedonia ( multe avem de spus despre locurile care ne-au placut mult) si pregatim o noua evadare la Kotor, Muntenegru.

Nu e aproape, nu e usor si poate ca o zi jumate de stat nici nu e suficient… dar trebuie sa ajungem sa vedem acest loc, si asa pe fuga…

Ray si Jess au fost acolo si ii citam:

It has a nice old town with tiny cobbled alleyways… There are huuuge cruiseships that empty out their passangers. There is a really high fortress that we climbed, and it gives you an amazing view of the bay. We pretty much just stayed in and explored the old town for 2days. I definitely recrommend it.

You two still have to see the Bay of Kotor. I think it’s been our favorite so far!

Concluzia logica este ca daca noua ne-a placut atat de mult Ohrid – pe care l-am vazut impreuna cu ei, iar preferatul lor este Kotor si daca avem si gusturi comune, asta inseamna ca trebuie sa ajungem.

Doua poze “furate” de la Jess si Ray:

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Kotor-Muntenegru

In plus, Adi a citit pe net despre Canionul Tara – cel mai mare din Europa. Ne interesam si incercam sa ajungem si acolo!

Daca mai aveti recomandari pentru noi le primim cu placere si va multumim din suflet pentru ele.

Vom pleca Joi noapte / Vineri dimineata si ne intoarcem candva Duminica noapte. Asta inseamna ca timp prea mult nu avem la dispozitie!

Multumim frumos!

 

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bogdan
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perast trebuie vazut neaparat. plus du-te si in fosta capitala rijeka crnojevica si mananca la restaurantul Stari Most, au cea mai buna stiuca afumata 🙂 iar de acolo mergi mai departe pana la Virpazar, pe malul lacului Skadar. drumul e putin cam ingust dar asfalt iar peisajul face tot.

jess
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It was so awesome! Right as you enter the old town main gate, there is a travel agency/gift shop. Go in thete and ask for accomodation, and they call up a local to stay the night with. Ee stayed at this adorable grandmother’s house for 55euro for 2 nights. It was right in the old town, right next to the catholic church (which we found was awful for sleeping….the bells ring every hour alll night). It was wonderful to wander around the small streets and drink coffee all day. Old town restaurants are kind of expensive, so wander out around… Read more »
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