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... Army with a siege that lasted for seven months with 114 civilians being killed and artillery attacks on Dubrovnik damaged 56% of its buildings. The Old City has now been repaired, but you can still see evidence of the repaired damage.
It is built on a small headland and is a walled city with two entrances and a wall where you can walk around the top. It is a thriving tourist town and several cruise ships a day call into the local ...
It's a lazy morning as its rainy, rainy, rainy. We planned to head out a few times and each time the rain began again.
Eventually we walked through the old town and stopped at the 'hole in the wall' which is only the size of a doorway. You walk down steps cut into the cliff face and are sitting on the outside of the wall. There is a small bar here so you order, enjoy the stunning views and in good weather may see cliff divers ...
Another beautiful ride along the coast of Croatia.
The vistas keep getting better. There can not be too many coastlines more beautiful.
On the way to Dubrovnik we stopped in Split for a few hours. Pictures I had seen of Split years ago were the main reason I wanted to visit Croatia. But I found Split to be too touristy. It was beautiful but I found the visit to Diocletian's palace a bit boring. It is interesting ...
... and decide to go to an outside bar with them when we get to Lopud - Katrina, Pete, Craig, Hazel, Patrick and Doris. I hadn't realised how hot it had got until now when I look at my arm and notice how sunburnt I am - woops!! We spend our whole time on Lopud in this bar, chatting away and enjoying the view of the sea as we are sat right on the waterfront. Back on the boat and are still taking advantage of the free wine - I am ridiculously drunk.
Back at the harbour ...
... hub. Walls were built around the city about 900 years ago and people are still living there...though the lower floors of all the buildings are almost exclusively expensive shops and restaurants now. We saw the historical cultural museum, the maritime museum and walked one half of the walls before stopping in for our first authentic pizza at a small resterant off the main road. YUM. The day was getting quite hot so we decided to find a beach near our place for the rest of ...