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... of walking across marble stones that make up the street. Or peering through crossbow "arrow loops" in castle walls. These are the narrow slits in the stone that allowed archers to shoot down at the enemy without getting shot.
Cars aren't allowed in Kotor's old town either. There's ************e here except us and the locals. Instead of the cacophony of techno disco beats in the summer, it's Hell's Bells here. The nonstop clanging ...
... was a restaurant close by. She said that there wasn't, but the lady manager (who spoke no Englesi) would prepare us dinner if we liked. Well,....didn't look like there was much of a choice in the matter. So,....we opted for fish. I have to tell you,...I wasn't expecting much!
Before dinner,....the manager brought us up water, wine, apple juice, a basket of fruit, and mosquito repellents. Kris had mentioned to her, that my ...
... small but very picturesque. We spend a couple of hours exploring the city streets and looking around the cathedral. We went up onto the old city walls where you get great views. We decide not to walk up 1365 steps and 230m high to what is left of the old fortress for the views. Instead we walk across to a small mall in the new town, do ...
... Park and would have covered more of the country. Thankfully we still had an option being the 8 hours, half day tour departing at 12 noon. There were 4 of us booked on the tour so it was definitely running.
Following a tasty breakfast we slowly walked through the little town and found a shop for a coffee and a chill before our long day out driving and touring.
On our return to the hostel at 12pm we were taken by our guide to a van ...
... seeing some spectacular
We packed our packs, checked out of our hostel and walked back down the
steep steps to the main Buza Gate. We
said goodbye to Dubrovnik and caught a local bus to the main bus station. Giving ourselves plenty of time we arrived
about 9am and attempted to book the 10am bus which we found out was full. The
next bus was not going to be until 11am, thankfully not too long a wait which
we had been fearing. In ...