Again, this city presented a maze of "streets", alleys leading here and there and opening onto hidden squares and plazas.
There were old churches to explore.
Feeding the feral cats.
Outside the wall.
The climb up the hill along the fortified wall looked intriguing, but the hard, steady rain discouraged such adventures.
The Cathedral of St. Tryphon dates from 1166, and it's treasury contains remnants of old frescoes showing how brightly decorated these walls used to be.
Meow! Feed me!
This kitty was smart to find a place to curl up under a cafe awning. That's what we were about to do too, once we explored the other side of the city wall.
We found shelter under an awning about noon and had a coffee and chocolate croissant and hooked up to free WiFi. But then we gave up, as the stone alleys were changing into rivers of rain water and the wind was blowing umbrellas inside out. We returned to the ship, where we had a late lunch, and were content to have a lazy afternoon while our shoes and pants and jackets and umbrellas dried out.
We did brave the elements to go on deck for the sail away from Kotor and out of Boca Bay.
Sunset was viewed from the shelter of our cabin.