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... is an apartment where check-in ends at 9pm. We are checked in and enjoying our own little apartment with everything we need. We are across the street from the city walls and very close to the beach and port, so will go exploring tomorrow.
The view from the road in from the airport looked stunning so I am excited to see more of this city, which I have wanted to visit since I was 18.
Until then, goodnight.
... a wing and prayer. Their joy and relief at getting a lift was most entertaining, and they helped the journey hurry by. They were thrilled to partake of Kropla Beskidu fizzy water and Hit biscuits, and it was interesting and fun to share tales from Poland.
Arrivals in new towns and the hunt for our accommodation can be a bit stressy. Dubrovnik proved to be particularly so, with steep hills and narrow streets; although our initial sighting of the walls and fort was awesome. ...
Dubrovnik was such a beautiful city. We spent our time wandering through the old city, and checking out some of the most amazing views. We took a cable car up to the top of a mountain that overlooks the entire city which was magnificent, as we came down the cut was setting which made it that much better. Afterwards we headed to Buza Bar (translating to hole in the wall) this was a bar with the most amazing view ...
... imagine managing that business.....oh, yeah, baby!!
Dubrovnik, like most cities fortunate enough to be positioned on the sea, enjoyed strong maritime trade. In fact, it was the trading link through which the inland Bosnians and Serbs (who did not have a coastal position) were able to trade with other Mediterranean countries. This was back in the 12th and 13th centuries before they all fell out. Throughout the 14th century, Dubrovnik ...
... crystal clear water and jump of any of the three different deck heights we had!
- lunch would be around 12.30 and as I already said, this was always a feast!
- around lunch we would get a talk from our sail Croatia representative who would give us what we could do at the destination, where was good to eat and any details of excursions we could pay to do.
Needless to say Hannah, Jayna and I get through a few books over the week ...