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... we were. He waited for us and gave us a ride back too. AND he gave us a ride in the morning to the bus station. That was super nice. It's also why we like to rent apartments instead of staying at hotels.
Our bus was a tad late. We did our best to spend our last Kuna before leaving the country. I hate to go to money changers because you lose so much. We're getting pretty good on coming out even when we leave a country. ...
... are just so much better.
Pausing only to tale a couple of photos, I am soon tuning into the city traffic to find our home for the next three nights Villa Micika. Basic but sufficient would sum up, A very friendly and helpful owner gave us info on how to get a bus into the old town. What a service with a bus every 10 mins until about 1 am. Needless to say we did not test the timetable late into the night. We did however have ...
... part of the allure of these restaurants was their outdoor seating right next to the water so that you could really take in the freshness of the sea as you ordered. That really wasn’t going to work for us that evening but luckily we found a spot that had a fairly good covered patio and we setup a large table to accommodate all of us. Just as we were seated the wind really picked up and we ended up having to all slide around to one side of the table, using ...
... Wine tasting actually turned out to be 4 full glasses of wine so was good! It was taking ages to bring out the next wine so we decided to buy a couple of bottles for the table and they were only €5 each! Croatia is so cheap! So we ended up drinking a lot more wine, probably their plan from the start. For dinner we were given a massive dish of veal, lamb, potato, carrot and zucchini stew. It's a traditional Croatian dish called Peka. Was absolutely delicious! ...
... from Yugoslavia. While warfare raged in Croatia no one expected it to reach Dubrovnik. On October 1, 1991 the first attacks hit Mount Srd targeting mostly military positions. However Yugoslavia forces bombed residential neighborhoods - The Old Town. The city resisted the siege and after 8 months of bombing Dubrovnik was liberated. The town has been largely rebuilt, but you can still see the signs of the war. 3) In touring the War Photo Limited ...