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... of travelling around as all main tourist areas are well connected. The main thing I will not miss is the constant smoking. It is almost impossible to sit and eat outside without a large proportion of the other diners lighting up beside you. Overall though I live this country. It has the Mediterranean feel of Italy or Spain but at a much lower cost. I cannot wait until next time. href="http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/128 96891/?claim=6kqxvkdb9fe"> my blog with ...
... musée qui documente une de batailles les plus disputées de la guerre d'indépendance de Croatie: le siège de Dubrovnik, en 1991/92. Les défenseurs du fort ont tenu bon face à l'armée Yougoslave, et il semblerait que ce soit cette résistance qui ait ultimement sauvé la ville, et indirectement toute la partie sud de la Dalmatie croate. C'est étrange de penser qu'un petit fort Napoléonien, qui n'a jamais vu de bataille de son époque, a résisté ...
... road we expected to turn on disappeared. We got out to find that it was covered with mud and hay - and then realized that we had stumbled onto a movie set where they were filming Game of Thrones! It was interesting to see actors walking around in chain mail and early century garments. Unfortunately there was security everywhere and we couldn't really get photos. The shoot was taking place in and around an old bombed out village from the "homeland war" as they refer to ...
... we had rented for the two nights with Jayna and then met her at the bus station before taking her back to the apartment to drop off her stuff. From there we just went into the old town to do the typical touristy thing. It turns out the city is fairly small and we managed to walk most of it with Jayna in a couple of hours. After a whole we found our way to a place that claimed it had cold drinks with the best view in Dubrovnik. So we went through ...
... specific with an oath, right?). Benedictine monks once inhabited the island before eventually being dispelled. They left during the night while holding candles upside down to put a curse on it! Napoleon eventually conquered it and put a fort on it, and in the recent war Croatian soldiers camped there to help fight off Serb forces bombarding Dubrovnik. So the island has a lot going on. Besides the touristy sights, we found a ...