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... recommended called Dubravka. He had given us a 10% off voucher to use there as well. It was beautiful and we ate overlooking the water. We both had the Dubrovnik breakfast which consisted of yummy bread, cheese, prosciutto, a jam doughnut and an amazing latte! We'd both definitely missed a good coffee. Afterwards we went and walked around the top of the big wall that surrounds the old town. The views were spectacular! I took about a million photos! We went back down and had ...
Distance travelled: 216 nautical miles
This morning we both arose after having a rather restless night. It is true that being at the extreme end of a Ship (in our case the aft), you can feel the movement of the ship. However, last night it was calm and the movement was nothing but a gentle swaying. The vibrations from the propellers is more noticeable but again, this wasn't the issue as this soon becomes unnoticeable as one becomes used to it. Even Heidi and her ...
... a low bridge and all had to go and sit at the front of the boat to weigh it down so that we didn't hit it! Went along with it, and the guys driving the boat were very friendly - offered us some local schnapps "Travarica" (vile stuff, went overboard fairly soon after tasting!) - and made the day very chilled. On the journey home it was really windy and choppy so I was glad to be back on land and then had a relaxing evening before flying to Paris the next morning. Until next time, Croatia. ...
... was going to guide us to the right hotel. He did. Without him we probably would still be looking for it. The Jupiter Hotel was actually in Diocletian Palace ( more on that later)
We ate at the actual hotels cafe - we did not really realise as it had a different name but there were 5 different cafés in this tiny square.
We had a fairly basic hotel cooked breakfast the following morning - ...
As we arrive at the hotel (only one circle of the town required) Leo's parking abilities are tested when an employee shows him where to park. In front of the hotel in between a metal pole and another car. I'm glad he was driving. The hotel employee is very nice, tells us about the hotel and a few attractions in Split (including the marina where we can view boats that "will burn your eyes"). In closing, he stops and shows us that they key on our keychain (a real key honest to God ...