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Had a little sleep in this morning, getting up at about 8:30, feeling rather good... Even my legs felt fine after the run home last night. I got up and headed over to breakfast, of which I wasn't too impressed with, there wasn't really anything wrong with it, but it was pretty well much the same as every other places we had stayed so we can get a …
Another Travel day today, today we head to Dubrovnik, or for you Game Of Throne fans "Kings Landing", apparently more people have actually checked In to Kings landing than they have in to Dubrovnik, to get there we first visit Mostar which has some old buildings, cobblestone roads and an old bridge about 21 meters high that people can jump of. Had …
... clues as if they were on a scavenger hunt before we went to a viewpoint to see Sveti (St.) Stefan, an islet for the rich and famous (looks like an island connected to the mainland by a causeway). Ate lunch in Budva, a city being over developed by Russian money. The restaurant was Hemingway's Bar and Grill. It was near Budva's marina. The drive along the Bay of Kotor on ...
... opted to go on a Dune Buggy tour along with about 10 others from our boat. After a short water taxi ride we were taken up to the office and found that we would be joining about 20 other people from one of the other similar boats for the tour. We knew that there could be trouble because the other boat was definitely more of a true “party cruise” with an average age that was definitely under 23. As we were getting strapped into our dune buggys Bree and I ...
... Split remained a Venetian city, a heavily fortified outpost surrounded
by Ottoman territory. Eventually, its hinterland was won from the Turks
in the Morean War of 1699, and in 1796, as Venice ...