Bon Repos Apartments
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- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... the channel, hence the distance. We went with Chris and John and just wandered around the tiny town, it wasn’t very far around the perimeter at all and we went past the small market and past several restaurants on the paths overlooking the sea. The houses were pretty golden stone, and had the same tiny narrow alleys leading up a slight slope to the cathedral in the middle. I really like the look of the ‘bridges’ from one house to ...
... I awoke with a dull headache and very dry mouth. Then Rex and Philip both developed sore throats. Philip's cleared up, but Rex and mine continued, so I went back to the front desk to see again if anything could be done about our AC which sounded like a jet engine in our room. Both Tony's and Anna and Philip's rooms sounded nothing like ours. Yesterday they sent an engineer up, who within ten minutes had it turned ...
... for a cruise ship. We anchored about 1km from the dock because we were told there are a variety of power cables in the water closer to shore.
We met the Gillins at 9am and were on the tender soon after 9.10am. We had thought about a panoramic tour of the island but the taxi fare was high and so we just wandered the small town for the morning. It was another area full of narrow streets of cobblestones
The first visit was to the Marco Polo museum. A lot of places ...
... there are steps or steep lanes to negotiate but again exploring these places is an adventure in itself.
Interestingly, the streets are arranged in a fishbone pattern. The streets running west are straight to catch the cooling summer breeze; those running east are curved ...
... news can completely unnerve you about a country.
So, I started researching. Firstly the narrow part of land joining the otherwise landlocked country of Bosnia and Herzegovina is called the Neum corridor. I found out you have to present passports, the police probably wont pull you over to check your car insurance and the fuel is cheaper.
I couldn't figure out if you were stuck on a freeway with no exits or what.
So, what actually happened is, we ...