Rooms & Apartments Kortizija
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... can occur on any ship. Most complaints, in my view, are from narrow minded individuals. However, I did hear one German complaining (in English) that his cabin hadn’t been serviced, the bed had not been made and no clean towels had been left. That sounds fair enough and would fully warrant a complaint but that may be only one side of the argument. I know for a fact that a cabin will not be cleaned whilst it is occupied. However, the guest also complained ...
... the only thing we were 100% sure about on the menu was a Gin and Tonic so we just ordered 12 of them! At first we were a little surprised that the price was so high, 37 kuna for a cocktail seemed steep especially at a little pub…and then we did the conversion to USD. $2.48! At that point we knew we were in good shape and everyone had a good laugh and a little toast to favorable foreign exchange rates!
The next day we had a chance to take part in our ...
... an unnecessary pit stop at a disgusting coffee house). However the scenery was pretty special, especially driving into Dubrovnik with the numerous little blue coves & motels perched on cliffs. We stayed in Dubrovnik in some pre booked airbnb accommodation within the old city walls; it had good air con & wifi & we were happy! On the first evening we had dinner and got an early night in preparation for walking the city walls on Sunday morning. ...
With about 5 other cruise liners in both harbours we figure the population of Dubrovnik increased by 25% that day (only starts at 45,000!) So along with many others, we taxi shared our way to the main entry, the Pile Gate, of this UNESCO world heritage preserved medieval fort town. All the guide books recommend starting by walking the walls so we did. However the heat (nice ...
... was done of cities but usually it was done aiming for strategic points such as installations, radio, factories etc. But Th seigneur of Sarajevo was bringing war to the people, Sarajevo is in end of a valley, and the Serbians held control of the mountains, they fired cannons, howitzers, machine gun and sniper fire onto the city. The city only hand one area in the mouth of the valley to get supplies in and out. Unfortunately this area of land was controlled by the UN. ...