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... Lots of stairs in this town.
We had a tour guide to tell us some of the history of the city and we spent some time in the small Jewish museum and more time in the Dominican monastery, beautiful place with lots of art.
Then off to walk the walls around the city, about 2 kilometres for 70 kunas each (around $12 each). After our walk we watched the sunset from a ring side seat overlooking the ocean down ...
... to Buza Bar for a pre-dinner drink and sunset view. Buza Bar is a very special place – probably our new favorite bar in the whole world! It literally hugs the ocean and is built out from the city wall on terraces of varying levels, overlooking the sea, and clinging to the few feet of space between the outside of the city walls and the water. AND you can swim there! Buza means “hole in the wall”, and that describes the entrance perfectly, as ...
... wall, claiming that it has been destroyed in enough places that it doesn't match theirs. Good lunch, teeny clam chowder, very good, no cream and delicious with crusty bread; scorpion fish, fried crispy in olive oil, flan for dessert . A few minutes walking around a square, and I found a vendor of local products, including a lovely small ...
... approximately 13,000. Today it is part of the
greater Split metropolitan area which numbers over 400,000 inhabitants.
It is on the UNESCO World Heritage List as it is one of the best
preserved medieval towns in Europe.
After returning to Vodice I again wandered into the town to buy water
for the next day and to buy a very beautiful Croatian leather shoulder
bag which I had spied the previous day-ideal as a travel handbag, and a ...
... is Bosnia's only access to international waters on the Adriatic.
However, once in Dubrovnik, it was a mission to find our hostel. Eli got back in the driver’s seat
while Mia broke down the city layout using rudiments from the available maps and real time observations. She inferred our way away from the expensive old city up a very large hill and then an awkward turn up a very steep roadway. We were unsure exactly where the hostel ...