Cina Apartments & Rooms

Address: Frana Laureana 2/4, Cavtat, 20207, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Frana Laureana 2/4, Cavtat, is near Island of Lokrum, The Old Town, Cavtat cemetery, and Sipan.
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        Day 25 A visit to Montenegro

        A travel blog entry by patanddavid on Aug 28, 2015

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        ... station and thankfully we were quickly waved through. From then on the day was pretty uneventful until it was time to head back towards Croatia. This time we once again reached a Montenegro check point about 5 kilometres out from the Croatian border and once again were just waved through. From this check point we only moved about 100 meters then we came to a complete standstill. We had run into a line of traffic now banked back for about 5 kilometres ...

        Cavtat...& 100 entries later!!

        A travel blog entry by annieallison on Aug 04, 2015

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        ... club. There is also a water polo club in Mlini, a couple of hundred metres up from our hotel. It seems to be huge here and during the weekend we noticed the games, cookups on the bbq and loudspeaker music and festivities continuing on for most of the weekend.

        The lure of the water got the better of me, and I quickly stripped off and had a cool swim right where we were sitting, after which David and I had a quick cat nap ...

        Dubrovnik city tour

        A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 13, 2015

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        ... the stairs with the unique handrail held by molded hands! We saw rooms with period furniture, paintings and several sedan chairs. At the end of the palace tour, we said goodbye to the local city guide.

        In the same building was a photography exhibit about the 1991-1995 war, showing the destruction that Vlaho wanted us to see. He was 5 when the war started and Dubrovnik was under siege. He was evacuated from the city with his mother. He was nine when it ...

        Day 23 - Dubrovnik and Korcula

        A travel blog entry by anthonydowell on May 07, 2015

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        ... Korcula so we had a quick drink and then caught a cab back to the port. Interesting fact - Montenegro is not part of the EU but welcomes Euro's. Croatia is part of the EU but prefers to be paid in Kuna's! We arrived in Korcula about 5.30pm. Max didn't feel like boarding the tender vessel (the seas are a little rough). However, I decided to go ashore for a little reconnaissance. The wind had become stronger and add that to a heathy swell the trip in ...

        Nothing like a Monday morning boat party

        A travel blog entry by dabby1 on Sep 08, 2014

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        ... night two! Brendon starts up a hilarious boat race (card game) and its 3 for 2 at the bar (like we need encouraging)! We make our way back to Pile Gate and head to Sky Bar which is renowned for its 'bucket' cocktails... dancing the way into the night, Monday couldn't be better! (except for Toni drop-kicking Shayne on the way home (so timid during the day haha)... and getting dragged down the Main Street of Dubrovnik on her stomach - the tales of Sail ...