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... headed to the coast and our drive to Ploch to arrange the train trip. Once again credible, accurate info about Bosnia was hard to come by. Despite corroborating 3 pieces of info that all confirmed the train from Ploch, when we went to buy tickets they told us those trains ended last year! So we altered plans again, got a room for the night, and plan to head to Bosnia tomorrow by a combination of bus and train. Stay ...
... up, with massive spits roasting lamb everywhere! Music was playing, beer was pouring, it was some kind of festival. We observed for a while and figured out how to order the stuff, and finally sat down and sorted ourselves out – 1 kilo of lamb and 2 beers later please! It also came with a pile of bread (of course) and a massive raw red onion (so tasty, yet so stinky). It was absolutely delicious and Cam was loving it. As we sat there, our ...
... Lunch proved to be an eye opener in a good way - I had the spicy Turkey Salad which was great as was Carly's chicken, almond and aubergine.
We got changed into our swimmers and off we went to pool and beach. The resort has 4 pools and 2 of them are pumped daily with seawater. We swam in the pools and then jumped into the Adriatic. We are staying on a rocky pennisula and the resort has bouyed off a large area for swimming. It is not that ...
... or water was given and many on the boat were sick by the time they arrived in Split. He said he didn't see his children for over 9 mos during the siege and when he finally did see them, they didn' t recognize he and his wife because they had lost over 40 lbs each in that time. He also shared positive stories such as how after the war experienced stonemasons came to Dubrovnik to help rebuild the ciy after the bombing. Next stop was another overlook where we could see for 80 miles in ...
... Once in Dubrovnik we had a thirty minute uphill trek to our hostel with our bludging backpacks. This certainly was not appreciated after our run yesterday as our leg muscle soreness set in. In the afternoon we made our way down to the old town to explore its sights. We walked down Placa past Olforio's Fountain, Orlando’s Column, St Blaise Cathedral, the Clock Tower and the oldest working pharmacy ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services