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Since we are not having breakfast at the hotel (it is a long story) we walked down to the main square and bought a pastry and then a coffee to go and went back to the lobby to enjoy our light breakfast. Since it is a travel day, the sun is shining. The forecast in Dubrovnik where we are heading is for sun. Our car picked us up promptly at 9:30 and …
Travel Times - 17 May 2014
Hello from Dubrovnik, Croatia. This is the home of the Walled City and the maximum number of cruise ships allowed in a single port. (Or so it seems.)
It was less than a three hour bus ride from Kotor to Dubrovnik. Here are Darlene's thoughts as she snapped pictures from her bus seat:
... side of a structure to the other. He tried a few times but getting up was proving to be difficult. The little girl in little slip on shoes and a dress saw this and wanted a chance. She tried several times too and when she kept falling at the start she said in a loud deep voice 'O MY GOD' repeatedly. Caleb and I exchanged glances and smiled. Eventually Caleb sorted it out and made his way across the play structure. The girl promptly saw what Caleb had done to be ...
... street, got the drill from the backpackers having their fish n chip picnic in there and went for a walk while the magic happened. And it poured! We sloshed back and saw the boys in a bar so we put the clothes in a dryer and sat with them. They were going to buy us a cocktail, barmaid said no cocktails, hot chocolate, no, Tia maria, no! You may think we were being difficult but these items were actually on the menu!
Great buffet dinner at home with all ...
... see the town and how beautiful it is. We had lunch on the top, and it was very windy. We were afraid if we ordered soup, it may blow away. There’s a fort on top of the mountain, along with a war museum dedicated to the Siege of Dubrovnik in 1991. Much of the city was burned, and it’s hard to believe anyone would harm a place so beautiful.
All in all, Dubrovnik lived up to the hype. I would love to visit again. Absolutely ...