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Dubrovnik & Kotor-9 days

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We (married couple late 20's) are in the midst of planning a trip to Croatia/Montenegro in March 2008. It would be our first trip to Eastern Europe, and we will fly round trip from USA into Dubrovnik. We will probably have about 9 nights total and are thinking 6 nights in DBV and 3 in Montenegro...maybe Kotor.

After reading all of the helful info on this forum, I still have just a few questions:

1) Which would you do first...Dubrovnik or Kotor? I was thinking of going straight from DBV airport to Kotor so that we don't have to split up our stay in Dubrovnik around our side trip to Kotor.

2) Is it easy to take the bus from Dubrovnik to Kotor, or is renting a car better since we will be staying 2-3 nights in Kotor?

3) Has anyone stayed at Palazzo Radomiri near Kotor? Looks great, but they always do on the website, don't they?

4) What day trips/tours are convenient from Dubrovnik? Any "must sees"?

5) Finally, is March weather in Croatia pleasant? We don't have to swim, but we don't want to have to pack heavy clothes either.

I know there is lots more to see in Croatia besides Dubrovnik, but we want to have a relaxing trip for once without too much moving around. I would appreciate any thoughts/suggestions. Thanks!

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