|Montenegro Apartments that reminded me of New York City|
|Mall on the left with apartments in the distance|
|A view towards the north of Kotor Bay|
The bank was an adventure in and of itself, with a long line but it ended with honest-to-god Euros, which have thus far been unseen, considering we were solidly in European Union countries.
After loading up our purses with Euros we enjoying a nice scenic drive. Soon we were at the Kotor Bay ferry port around noon. For the sake of fun & adventure we bought tickets and soon were all on board. We didnt take the car with us, as we were told the town was small enough to get around on foot.
|The Kotor ferry dock|
|One of the Kotor Ferry Boats with cars aboard|
|Jo on Board|
|Approaching the far shore|
|Lots and lots of fishies|
And a cat.
In my defense she was a pretty puss.
We walked on and on, passing lots of buildings made of pale gray stone.
|The streets of Lepetane, Montenegro|
Ooo... not a one on this side of the Bay, in Lepetane anyway. Realizing it was either knock on a door and beg for food or head back to the other side of the bay, we strolled back to the ferry.
Back on the western shore, we drove back along the coastal road, stopping for lunch at the Zotto Capellino Restaurant.
|The Zotto Capellino|
The upper floor was as empty of patrons as the bottom floor was crowded. We settled in, ordering our meals from the waiter. The second story had its own kitchen.
Far more memorable than our meal, I was side tracked by a wayward European Robin that flew in one of the windows, then skipped about, making itself at home. I helped a waiter shoo it out of a wide open window.
|Can you see the birdie, on the back of the foremost chair?|
Here's a 'just do it and say ya' did' video of the crossings.