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... Saturday) and on Sunday, there will be over 7000 people each day exploring the city!
There is a lovely beach, with some sand, a few minutes away from our apartment so we had a swim and sunbake for a few hours in the afternoon.
We had dinner just outside the city gate near the water and then went for a wander inside. It's a mass of alleys, shops, restaurants, churches, markets, museums and houses. The limestone buildings are beautiful.
... and back. Many guests complained and decide to walk instead.
As we queue for the bus, it starts to rain lightly, but gradually gets heavier. We eventually get on a bus and return to port. They manage this well, diverting excursion buses with empty seats to get us.
When we get to the port, we queue for tender boats. Luckily we don't have to wait long. As we are waiting, one of the loudest whingers about the cost of the shuttlebus (American of course) ...
... walls of the old city remind people what occurred.
We learned today that the residents number 30,000 in summer & drop to 600 in winter. Residents find it expensive to live here too. Shops, cafes, galleries close in winter & Dubrovnik becomes a ghost town. Our day finished at the Banje- local beach with another golden sunset then dinner at a tiny 16 seat restaurant serving traditional Croatian ...
Arrived in Dubrovnik yesterday after coming within minutes of missing our connection in Paris. Begged our way to front of customs queue and nearly had to leave our luggage in Paris or wait two days till next flight to Dubrovnik!!! It's just beautiful here. Day one we refreshed with a swim in the pool at our apartment, then walked down the narrow streets and steps to our local beach and a restaurant. Adele: so far on my first flight I have had a smashing ...
... s & Carmen's Croatian family bring over fresh tastings and home made liquors for Carmen and I to enjoy. Figs are a big part of their diet, and it soon became a favorite of ours. We took many side trips up into the hills to visit family members, and met a few of Bill's first cousins who were able to recollect fond memories of Bill.
Even though many of these people had ...