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Address: Svetog Djurdja 6, Dubrovnik, 20 000, Croatia | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Svetog Djurdja 6, Dubrovnik, is near War Photo Limited, Elafiti Islands, Minceta Fortress, and Church of Saint Blaise.
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    Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik

    Arrival in Croatia

    A travel blog entry by twobeanstravel on Jun 07, 2015

    14 photos

    ... called Mea Culpa right near our hotel for some wine and a bite to eat. The wine was really good and the Gorgonzola, ham, and bacon pizza was just what we had been craving. We followed with a short walk around town, made some plans for our first big day tomorrow, and sat in awe at the beauty around us. Still feeling a bit jet lagged, we decided to head to bed early so we can get up early to explore. I am really excited to discover this magical place. Lots more to ...

    Dubrovnik

    A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Oct 13, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... in Ljubljana, accosted me and downright forced me to go out for beers for fear of the consequences if I didn't. It was scary so I had to give in. Obviously that's a lie - it took about 4 seconds for them to convince me to go out, grab my bag and leave the hostel. Yet another boozy night took place, all the while with the little voice in my head reminding me "Your bus to Mostar leaves at 8am Joanne...". But, as I've said before, the hangovers are ...

    Dubrovnik

    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Oct 10, 2014

    8 photos

    ... From Dubrovnik the caravans started for Constantinople. This was the gateway to the East: and it exploited its position with such commercial and financial and naval genius that its ships were familiar all over the known world, while it owned factories and warehouses in every considerable part of Southern Europe and in some parts of the North, and held huge investments such as mines and quarries in the Balkans."

    We stayed outside the wall at a place ...

    Tales from the Walls

    A travel blog entry by ejm56 on Jun 01, 2014

    13 photos

    ... he said was a hilarious one-liner. He must have his own sitcom at once. He departed with a breezy "hasta la vista". I was made up.We saw a wildly uncontrolled Korean child running rings around his wearily hapless mother and his uninterested father who was taking photos. He was jumping and leaping and climbing, and we were a very, very long way up.We chatted with a pair of Brit ladies who were having great fun on an escape from the chores of home. We ...

    I'm pretty sure that just squished my cheese

    A travel blog entry by dionneb on Oct 19, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... t done the level or prep work I normally do, I shrug. I though Croatia was part of the EU. What the heck is a Kuna? This man has said it is the same price - all is fine. We are off, it is beautiful terrain. Sweeping coastlines, red tiled roofs and a car big enough that both pieces of luggage fit in the trunk. (Wasn't the case in Ireland or Italy.) So despite directions printed from Google, we make multiple drive by's of Dubrovnik's ...