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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Another fine and sunny day here in Dubrovnik as we ate our brekky on the patio overlooking the ocean - what a superb way to start the day! The buffet was enormous (as they all have been) and we are getting very conscious of an expanding waistline!
This morning was an earlier start that planned because of a half marathon that was being held in …
This morning we had another lazy start to the day - the coach didn't leave until 10.15am and after getting our cases ready by the required 9am we sat out on the hotels lovely balcony overlooking the pool and the islands.
Our ferry back to the mainland left from the tiny village of Sučuraj which is on the very southern tip of the island …
Today we set out for the small country of Montenegro a couple of hours drive to the south. With only around 650,000 inhabitants it has a short Adriatic coastline that is a popular destination for cruise ships (over 400 each year visit) and all sorts of smaller craft!
We crossed the border with little difficulty, with the border policeman …
... There was an explanation for the colours in the embroidery which would let the men know if they were available or black if they were widowed. We were told about Croatia being the first state to abolished participation in the slave trade by law in 1416, although it did not itself participate in slavery. It was a clear message that the people valued human life. So then it was over to us what we did and we chose to walk the wall . It is over ...
... nests used to kill anything that moved down below. Also new cemeteries are found everywhere in this city – bodies needed to be buried every night when the snipers were asleep.
During the siege, JDC outfitted the Jewish community with food, pharmaceuticals and emergency assistance that they then provided on a non-sectarian basis to the entire neighborhood. During lulls in the fighting. JDC arranged flights and bus convoys out of the area, bringing hundreds- Jews, ...