Aquarius Dubrovnik Hotel & Restaurant
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... of today was one of relaxation, though it was a little bit of an uphill (and downhill ) trek to Šunj beach, but it was definitely worth it. I took out my beach towel and immediately went in for a swim; it was sooo refreshing :)) Tonight is my last night in Dubrovnik, so I headed in one final time to marvel at the beauty of all the red-topped buildings and of course get a bite to eat. I ended up having the most gigantic pizza, Italian's ...
... after the long trip. We had a meeting at 6:30 with a welcome drink where he explained the rules and answered questions. We met the others on the trip. We are now 13, how lucky! We then went to dinner in the hotel restaurant where we had a buffet dinner. What a spread! What a change from Albania. Afterwards we walked around with Carolyn to a small mall to find a mini-mart. Then we walked down to the other hotel, and over to the beach before returning to our ...
... roads was beautiful. It definitely rivals the Amalfi Coast. On the way back to Croatia, we took a short ferry ride to save driving time. Returning to Croatia, we had to repeat passport control in reverse. Got back to the hotel at 5 PM. Went to dinner down the hill at Lapad Restaurant. Had an excellent pasta meal. Retired early since we have another early wake up call.
... like the old people in the group as we started rolling our eyes when all of the “kids” were honking the horns and revving the engines before we had even left the driveway.
The tour itself ended up being really fun, we got to go off-road quite a bit and those little buggys can really move! We were always in a “follow the leader” formation so there wasn’t a chance to get too out of control but some of the paths they took us on ...
... the Treaty of Campo Formio rendered the city to the Habsburg Monarchy. In 1805, the Peace of Pressburg added it to the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy, and in 1809, after the Treaty of Schönbrunn, it was ...