Hotel Blue Star
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... rejuvenating, like our own personal ode to spring at each stop. I did see one of the odder things I've seen. Picture this if you can: a house with a detached garage, a car in the garage. The garage has a flat roof and on this roof, carefully propped up on blocks, a sail boat. No not a model. A full fledged, full sized, probably at least 20 foot, possibly more, sail boat. It wasn't an old relic either, it looked in good condition actually. I know it had a mast, thinking ...
Dubrovnik- Day 6 (May 15, 2014)
First a little history from the guide provided by Windstar…..The old garrison-like portion of modern day Dubrovnik had its beginnings in the 7th century when residents from a nearby Roman city were driven out by barbarians and began a new settlement at the present day site of the city. The citizens immediately began construction of a circumferential wall to help defend them from attack. By the end of the 12th century, ...
... leisurely) finding some of our friends (we had made) then off to bingo where I won $100 USD! Then wander around the duty free shops (they become duty free when the boat (sorry ship) is sailing 10 miles from shore) and then to frock up for our formal night at one of the beautiful restaurants before taking in a show (musical) which was excellent with some very talented dancers and singers. We probably didn't do half of what is available for passengers but ...
... we were forced to search for our hostel on foot, as we kept getting lost with the car (a recurring theme on this trip, it would turn out). We were greeted with shots of Rakia and an introductory lesson on the gusle, their traditional instrument, a sort of two stringed guitar/cello. Apparently, it was forbidden to sing songs ten days before a major battle because it would make the Montenegrin soldiers too cocky hearing about their ...
... and one's got a small church you can look around. Some dutchies we met had kayaked all around the bay. And of course there's a few fish restaurants where you can sit by the water and eat some fish and of course sample the local ale, Nikšićko. We did both, although I wasn't that fussed about the Calimari. It's not as cheap as I thought it'd be here, maybe as it's on the coast and also they have the euro down here, ...