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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Heated pool
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... on Earth should come to Dubrovnik". It is also known as "the Pearl of the Adriatic" and for good reason There is something different about this place that separates it from the many other Old Towns I have visited but that difference is difficult to define.
The entire Old Town is a pedestrian only precinct where access by motor vehicles is severely restricted so one is free to wander at will without worrying about being ...
... of the headstones which depicted the young woman who had died clinging to the cross of Christ. We had a coffee in a little laneway coffee to get the morning off to a good caffeinated start. We visited the third oldest functioning pharmacy in Europe which is part of the Franciscan monastery and was built in 1317. The rule of the Franciscan order was to take care of the sick brethren. However this particular pharmacy was designed and founded as the public pharmacy, as well as for ...
I didn't get home from my adventure till after midnight last night and needless to say my dearly beloved was fast asleep, so this morning we haven't yet resolved our argument. We both wake early, about 5.30am (David slept for 12 hours!) but it takes us till 8am or so until we actually speak and, of course, all is resolved (after David apologises profusely of course for being totally unreasonable).
This morning we are off to Dubrovnik! We ...
... was forecast to rain so we were very lucky. We also checked out the local market. It was cute but not much to it. The main thing for sale was their local dried figs and candied almonds and lemon and orange peel. After exploring the sites a bit more we stopped for lunch at a seafood restaurant that had been recommended to us. Yum yum yum!!! Four of us shared some calamari, a black ink risotto (which is said to be a aphrodisiac for guys ...
... it. It came out totally intact, head and eyes very much present. Last time I was in Croatia I ordered an intact fresh fish, then failed like an idiot trying to debone the thing and it all turned out to be way more trouble than it was worth. Thankfully, he agreed to debone it for us, which improved the entire experience substantially.
When it was time to pay, we realized we had about 3 less Croatian kuna then ...