Holiday Resort Adriatic
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... palace & the Maritime Museum. I was able to find 2 Christmas ornaments--woohoo!
Back on the Mariner, i went to the salon to get one of my acrylic nails fixed--the cost for one nail was the same as I pay back home for all my nails!!! Now we are just hanging around the ship. We don't leave here until midnight tonight then it's on to Kotor, Montenegro.
... pretty cloudy day, it was very atmospheric! We walked with Kelsey and Sam for a while having a look at restaurants (it turned out there was only one in the whole town that was open and served food!) then we went with Angus into the towns tiny supermarket. The boys bought a couple of beers each then we went along the towns little rocky beach and found a ledge overlooking the water to sit and drink on. We chilled there for a while, chatting ...
... views of the town, the surrounding water, and especially the sunsets. We watched the sunset that night from the pier, but it was rather cloudy, so not quite as spectacular as we were hoping. For dinner that night we went to a place recommended by the Rough Guide called LD. It was in an old building that had been renovated with modern touches but still had its old charm. We ate outside, just over the water and light from the almost-full moon glistened off the ...
... was probably as well as we were heading to Lumbrada early in the morning after hearing rave reviews.
We caught the 10am bus from the main bus station. 25 Kunas return, the journey takes around 15 minutes at which point you are dropped off at what appears to be the middle of nowhere. No signposts just paths leading off in different directions cutting trails through vast fields of grapes. I felt a little bit like Dorothy searching for the ...
... tribute to life, the Spirit and everything implied in a "crossroads" and that's how I know. I am in the best company.
Her name was Kim, one of the two girls at CitiHostels in Dublin: American, take-charge and in an utter, perhaps well-intentioned affair with Temple Bar. She arrived in Dublin this past June for the same reasons as I, though through the invitation of another Ottawa ex-pat, our mutual friend Guilia. Together we formed ...