Hotel Villa Nova
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On the way from Dubrovnik to Split the group again must drive through Bosnia and decides to stop there for lunch to truly rack up another country. They find a beautiful little cafe right on the water that looks out at the Dalmatian Islands, so they're actually sitting in Bosnia looking out at Croatia. They ...
... at the City Wall and then a bus ride home to a beer and a wine.
Tomorrow we are off to Montenegro and on Sunday a cruise to 3 nearby islands. Monday evening we are back on the ferry, so Monday will be a do as we please day.
I thought we had better fill in our future plans here just in case Internet goes off again.
Lots and Lots of pics on the way. We might be home before the pics are!
... a good amount of rain. Then started the 30 minute walk up to the Old city. After sitting for 5 hours on the bus, it was a good hike and the scenery was beautiful along the coast. The old city had lots of people there but a bit more open than Split. I chose to go see 3 churches as I believe/hope we will be doing the city wall walk later in the week. Also figured there may not be time or interest to see churches with the group. I went to the Franciscan church/museum ...
... plus it wasn’t as busy as we expected.
We had a lovely evening wandering around the streets and exploring its various nooks and crannies, and then stumbled upon a cliff top bar looking out to the island of Lokrum where we watched the sun go down over the Adriatic.
As we slowly strolled back, we met a cheeky chap called Simon who was wearing a "Road Trip" t-shirt who tried to entice us into ...
We had enough time this morning to eat breakfast in Lumiere's before heading out to the walled city of Dubrovnik Croatia.
We met in Fathoms before heading out to the bus. We took a short 15 minute ride to an overlook point where we could see the walled city with its red tiled roof buildings. Dubrovnik is the oldest walled city on earth.
In the Middle Ages, Dubrovnik was known as ...