Non historic Vaccation (part 1)

In the beginning of july, me and my boyfriend went on a vaccation to Becici, Montenegro. We spent one week in the sunny/hot climate of the south of europe.

After about 12 hours of travel (buss, buss, buss, plane & buss) we arrived in the evening at our hotell. After a good night sleep, we went for a walk in the beautiful weater to discover the sourandings.

IMG_9919Our hotell (view from one of the resturants)

IMG_9918We had acces to several pools, tennis yards, and the beach strip right outside the gates.

IMG_9929Me on our beach walk.

It was really hot and sunny, and everything looked like something form a cataloge.IMG_9935

Pretty turqoise wather and rocks.IMG_9933

 A few days later we went on a sightseeing trip to the Croatia (which borders to Montenegro) and the fairytale city Dubrovnic.

IMG_9750A fishing wilage we passed through on the buss ride to Dubrovnic.

IMG_9824Dubrovnic seen from the road.

IMG_9822Lots of orange roofs.

The whole town is built inside a fortres and have high walls and towers looking out over the sea.
If you ever watched Game of Thrones you might know wat I mean when I say it looked a lot like “Kings landing”.IMG_9801

We folowed on a guided tour in the city and got to see lots of pretty bulidings and learn a lot of the citys history.IMG_9760An old church.

IMG_9795And the bell tower.

IMG_9770The chatedral with the city saint on top.

IMG_9766And a knight watching outside.

IMG_9772Lovely marble work on this column.

We were guided through a museum with a beautiful inside garden, and lovely artwork both on the colums and on the walls.IMG_9761

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Then we got some time to explore the city on our own.IMG_9785There was lots of narrow alleys. windling up and down between the houses.

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We got to se some tourist entertaing.IMG_9793

And do some shopping (even though we didn’t buy a thing).IMG_9789“Game of thrones” anyone…

Love these beautiful masks.IMG_9791

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It was such a nice (but a bit to hot) day, and we enjoyed walking around admiring the veiw and eating ice-cream.IMG_9804

Then we once more got on the bus for the 2 hours buss ride back to the hotell.IMG_9775The beautiful port of Dubrovnic.

The pictures from the last days of our trip will be shown in my next post.

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