Seabourn Odyssey calls on beautiful Kotor, Montenegro. The passage to Kotor is stunning, as is the old city itself. The seaside Budva was about 30 minutes away by bus.
Wonderful Slide Show Ralph. Your literary acumen is also matched by your computer skills! The village is quite reminiscent of some small Spanish villages I’ve visited. Upon sharing your blog with my wife, I’ve learned that it will be necessary to increase our souvenir budget. Only one non-related question today about the ship’s food. Four of us are traveling and one has a seafood allergy. How’s the variety of non-seafood items available for consumption? Thanks again and I am really enjoying your blog – it’s just incredible to find an on-going authoritative review of our exact ship and itinerary.
Thanks Mark! Yes, there is incredible variety of the non-seafood type – lots of good meat/beef/chicken. One of my favorite lunches in at the Patio Grill – turkey burgers, mozzarella and tomato panini, super-fresh guacamole and pico de gallo, chicken breasts, sausages, and pizza. Dinners offer a variety of meats and pastas (with seafood). I asked someone yesterday about what they liked best about the dining experience. She replied the variety of fresh fruits for breakfast. I agree. Sounds silly with such good food on board, but wait until you see all that is offered. You’re in for a great cruise.
Wow – sailing into Kotor Bay must be truly spectacular. Jaw-dropping scenery!
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