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... raised ridges about 25mm high inserted into the surface. Rather than assisting, these ridges tend to make walking very difficult because, as the pictures will show, there is very little space between them. The use of high heels is definitely not recommended.
On either side of the Old Bridge there are two towers known as Halebija and Tara that were used to ...
... common. The area of Dubrovnik is completely isolated from the rest of Croatia. It is surrounded by both Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. To get from Dubrovnik to the rest of Croatia, you must pass through Bosnia. So onto the multiple border crossings. Firstly into Bosnia, where we stopped briefly in the costal town of Neum. Apparently taxes are lower here, so Croatians come to stock up on various goods. It wasn't the most exciting of places! Then we crossed back into ...
After lunch, as we pass through the narrow cobbled stone pathway flanked by stores full of souvenirs meant for the tourists, we reach the small office of the Mostari Diver's Club at one end of the bride. Walking across the bridge is a bit slippery and good footwear is recommended but there are grooves there for support. A couple of photo ops and then we head off to Koski Mehmed Paša Mosque which was built in 1617 and it is often visited by tourists to ...
... to the old bridge design. Because it was so important, UNESCO funded the project at nearly $13 million dollars from international donors. The Coppersmiths' street was a bright, colorful, animated piece of history. It literally felt like we might be in Turkey! The Mosque, which was very open to visitors, helped us explain the Islam and it's traditions and tenets to the kids. The view from the top of the minaret was ...
... to block the smell of the toilet, but it wasn’t that effective. We arrived at 7.30 at the hotel, ****** off, tired and cramped. We checked into our rooms and had a quick beer in the bar only to be told that we had missed the Liverpool game and that Aston Villa had knocked them out of the FA Cup…Great L Dinner, however was the redeeming feature of the day – beef soup was followed by chicken schnitzel breaded in crumbs, sesame seeds, pepitas ...
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