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... Turkish restaurant. The room is great and we departed back to the car outside the walled city. We got everything to the room and went back to the car to find a more long term parking place. We ended up in a garage across the street from the hotel Argentina. This hotel is a favorite of our friend Zorko back in Madison. It is very nice and has a fantastic view of the sea and the old city. They had a few rooms left, but at $ 400 plus we decided to pass. The rain ...
... up with Heather and Stuart and Ray,Ray and Jenny for lunch in the Old Town. Once we had lunch it was off to the Cable Car to visit the highest point in Dubrovnik. Again, more walks, more hills, more steps. Finally we made it, then Cheryl asked a chap where we could get the tickets. He pointed down the hill about 500m away. So Cheryl very quickly appointed me to get the tickets. (down the hill, down the steps and back again!) only to ...
... and immediately paid our 100 kuna ( $17 U.S. ) each and headed up to the top of the walls. Wow! Even though we took a 100 photos it just does not do it justice... It's really awesome. The city spans many different rulers, and centuries dating back to about the 10th century. Like many things is this area most of the major upgrades happened in the 14-15th centuries.. The center of town is rough cut marble stone that has been worn smooth as glass ...
Before relating today's adventure, I forgot to mention Jeans' opinion of the men from this area.
Her words to describe them are "gorgeous" and "handsome". She says that have a lovely accent when they speak English, which most of them can, they also have lovely bottoms, slim waists, big chests and broad shoulders.
I find the girls fairly attractive, but unlike the men they don't ...
... forts which are set within the city walls to take shelter, along with many other tourists. We could see them ducking for shelter from the balcony of our apartment! Ken and I made our way down to the Old Town in time ...