Bacan Serviced Apartments
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Today was a day to explore the Old Town. We were on the wall at opening (8am) to avoid the crowds ( a very wise decision). The walk around the wall that surrounds the old town was spectacular...the morning sun over the sea also casting soft colours over the gorgeous old buildings and terra cotta roof tops it was perfect for lots of photo taking. We had a short interlude on the way around as we watched the ...
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.
... Aquapura song had to have been inspired by something as gorgeous as the Adriatic. From that moment onward, it became my Croatia song ... Chatting with Andrija the other day, our guesthouse owner, we found out something quite sad - while we were raving about how crystal-clear the Adriatic is, he expressed concern that it may not stay that way for long. While I love Albania and its people, they aren't known for being the ...
... over the keys to the city to the French army as protection against the Russians. The Ragusan Republic was able to maintain their independence from the Venetians and then the Ottomans as skilful traders and diplomats. Their motto was Libertas - freedom.
We walked around in the main street of the old city in the late afternoon and had a coffee. It is spectacular, just what one would imagine a walled medieval coastal ...
... psydoeffedrin. It worked wonders for a while but were all still sick. Next we went to a photo collection by a photographer who had lived through the civil war in Bosnia and Croatia called "enclave" . It was amazing yet saddening. What shocked us most was that the children in the photos would have been around the same age as all of us at the same time.. Around 2-4 years old.. And then we had enough of being cultural (we did well!) and off tithe beach ...