Address: Dusko Lozica Bb, Mokosica, 20236, Croatia | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on Dusko Lozica Bb, Mokosica, is near City Harbor, Saint Vlahe, Brsalje Street, and Orlando Column.
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Travel Blogs from Mokosica

Sardine Tourism vs Island Nudies

A travel blog entry by a2travel on Jun 13, 2015

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Luma, Bavaria 37 is our new home for the next 7 days. Saturday afternoon we need to complete the check in, which includes an inventory, run down of the mechanics and how the boat is to be operated, …… in Croatian. No problem here we know what they are saying, it's just that our Croatian doesn’t = theirs. Back to English, everywhere they speak it. We really are pathetic, I have been listening to Croatian tapes and repeating the words in my ...

Goats cheese, fish and grappa !!!

A travel blog entry by egranny on Jun 10, 2015

22 photos

... was waiting on his dock area to wave us in and help tie us up. We were
now getting the hang of tying the stern lines to the dock, pulling the laid
lines to the bow and tying up to the cleats.

Once tied up
a friendly German stopped to chat to Kirk telling him all about good things up
and down the coast. Just like I always found in hostels. That is why I love
hostels. You don’t chat and share information with other guests in ...

Walls and Wars

A travel blog entry by ljritz51 on May 11, 2015

7 photos

... of 1991 by the Yugoslav army/navy aka Serbia/Bosnia army. It is astounding that old town Dubrovnik has been restored in 20+ years. 60% of the city was damaged by the shelling, but today is s thriving tourist and restaurant haven. We will take the other part of the tour another day that will included the churches and the culture of the ...

First day in Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by katie.thorpe on Sep 30, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... up there, with Dubrovnik as a back drop it was hard to beat! While we were at the top of the hill we found the imperial fort, which had been built by the French and added onto by Napoleon 1. This building had been quite important during the homeland war in 1991, as it was a symbol of strength for the Croatians against the Serbs. You could still see parts of the building that had been damaged ...

Taking on Old Town

A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 30, 2014

84 photos

... way to rest my arms). From a balcony above I heard someone say ‘Jessica’ I looked up and knew I had reached the hostel! But the stairs didn’t stop there…after checking in he said he would take me to my room, we both grabbed one end of my bag each and once again trekked all the way down the steep stairs right back to the bottom of the town centre…basically where I had originally started before going up the top! At least I had done my work ...