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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... from people who didn’t leave their cabins to those who turned various shades of green while sitting on the top deck. At one point Bree and our friend Jess went down below deck to get some more seasick medication and didn’t come back for quite some time, only to return later to announce that the tiny porthole in our room had sprung a leak! What terrible luck that instead of getting medicine to feel better the two sickest girls had to deal with this ...
... as they are ending destroyed. We were lucky enough to also see a traditional dance group perform. It was beautiful singing, dancing and music. The old town is again full of amazing architecture and paved streets with lots of people touring ...
... hidden down obscure alleys so hoping we can find ours without too much trouble tomorrow night.
Here the currency is Croatian krona but so far everywhere we've been accepts euro, or we have used credit card for those who don't.
At 1.30 we went kayaking. This wasn't on the wish list but it looked awesome so we did it. We spent a brilliant three hours on the water in a group of about 10 double kayaks escorted by two guides. The colour of the water was a glorious ...
... sunscreen on my arms and legs. Luckily, there was no harm done as upon my return to the ship that evening I didn’t appear to have a burn. Summers in Croatia last the majority of the year and begin at the end of April and go until approximately the end of November – I could sure live with that! Our tour guide did say that during their "winter" the town is much different (I’m assuming not as busy) and that the ...
... Republic of Ragusa. The city became known during this time for its wealth and it’s high level of skilled diplomacy.
The city became part of the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1979 and visiting the city you can see why. Tourism in Dubrovnik begun with the construction of the Hotel Imperial in 1897 and has continued to this day.
The name Dubrovnik translates to “Oak Grove” as there were many oak trees in the region.
Over the ...