Bacan Serviced Apartments
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... behaviour towards Muslims. We were sad to leave Bosnia, yet I had heard such wonderful things about Dubrovnik (and for good reason). Although, on our way back to Croatia we were stopped at the border and Spencer and I were singled out on the bus by a scary looking Croatian man to get off with all our belongings ("you two. Bring all your bags and come with me.") and we were questioned and strip searched for drugs. Literally, Spencer was instructed to take off his pants and I had to lift ...
We set off down the coastal road in Montenegro to see if we could get to Albania but after 80kms or so came up 2kms short - stopped by a river. But it wasn't all bad news as there was a little village built entirely on the river and six or so restaurants very pretty and peaceful, so had a quick coffee then retracted our steps to the restaurant we were told about in Vienna by the Gypsy.
... locals. The beach is a 20 minute walk from the Old Town. There were a lot of people online complaining that the steps to get there were really difficult; there are a few steps down but it wasn't as bad as people made it seem. When we arrived there was only one other group of people there. We had our choice of sun loungers (30 kuna). The beach was a mixture of pebbles, stones and sand which meant it was uncomfortable under foot ...
... steps to a superb fish restaurant, and we greatly enjoyed traditional Croat music belted out to a large group of French tourists. There was plenty of vigorous accordion and guitar playing and some pretty decent harmonies, too. It was nice to be serenaded, even if not directly. A stirring conclusion was reached in a rousing singalong of "gentile allouette". I resisted helping out with the rude version that Les (70) had taught us at the Crescent Theatre. The French left, and we ...
... for the shuttle. We returned to Gruz harbour and tired to get free wifi but no luck! We returned to our cabin and called Keith but he wasn't home. We decided to eat in there Alizer Restaurant tonight which I felt was better than last nights's dinner. We went to the theatre and watched the acrobatic show. It was enjoyable. As not much was happening, we went back to our rooms and watched videos. Overall impression: 10 /10 - absolutely gorgeous, medieval and extremely ...