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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 …
... centrate with the delivery from the guide and the heat didn’t help. But at least we familiarized ourselves with the town, which will help during our week long stay. I’ve been wanting to see Dubrovnik for a long time but must admit I felt a bit disappointed with the tourist aspect of it. To me the old town just feels like one giant tourist rip off shop. I’m sure we will appreciate it’s charm a little more when we take some time later in ...
... palisades. Today's intact city walls, constructed mainly during the 12th–17th centuries, mostly a double line, have long been a source of pride for Dubrovnik. The walls run an uninterrupted course of approximately 1,940 metres (6,360 ft) in length, encircling most of the old city, and reach a maximum height of about 25 metres (82 ft). The bulk of the existing walls ...
We walked around the town walls.
They are so cool.
It took about 1 hour to walk around the walls.
We had lunch at home. Then we went back out and went to a little fort on top of a hill.
Zara tried to find Riley and I and we ran around the fort.
We walked down to the beach. It was so cool.
... prawn, philadelphia cream cheese, oil, mayonnaise, sesame in coconut pastry and panko bread crumbs), tewiaki beef on wice & tuna tartar. Spent the afternoon looking around shops, had more Icecream then a nap.
I was told the locals here were really lovely but I didn't find them lovely at all, everyone was really pushy (they were probably tourists) but the people in shops ...