Lafodia Hotel & Resort
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... came with two scrambled eggs with bacon-y chunks and a piece of tomato (very nice), "bread and butter" (the bread was crunchy, neither fresh nor toasted - unusual and not so nice), orange juice and coffee. "Bread" as we understand it is virtually unknown in this country. Something I'm looking forward to when we get home is a nice fresh slice of bread! After breakfast we set off for Lopud, the next island. The wind had picked up a bit and the ...
... talked about the great earthquake of 1667, which destroyed nearly all of Dubrovnik and killed half of the population. The ruins in the north-west corner of the city are often mistaken by tourists as ruins from the war with Serbia, but it is actually a small section of the city that was never rebuilt. And finally, of course we learned a bit about Game of Thrones. The show is fikmed in the old town in Dubrovnik, and our guide said that looking at a plan of the town is ...
... exhaustion or having a heart attack. The Walls of Dubrovnik are a series of stone walls that have protected the city since the city’s founding. With modifications and additions through history, the walls have been considered amongst the great fortifications of the Middle Ages, as they were never breached by a hostile army during this time period – this is due to a mix of good engineering and diplomacy. In 1979, the old city of Dubrovnik (including the ...
... to the 1200's. After the boat ride Simon then swam between the lakes before we walked back to the Futura to continue our journey to Dubrovnik, which was a 5 hour cruise away.
The Islands combined length is about 4k - so not very big.
We had a lovely 3 course lunch Onboard while we sailed. The starter was a first for us
Brussel Sprout and Zucchini Soup - everyone at the table was pleasantly surprised how nice it was.
Simon had seconds - which is each ...
... within the Old Town as well as the most magnificent views. The day we walked it was stunning, not a breath of wind and clear skies and nearing 30 degrees. It is hard to imagine that just over 20 years ago Croatia was at war for its independence and its attacking neighbours Serbia wanted control of Dubrovnik given the jewel that it is and its harbour, port and shipping hub. 63% of the in the Old Town was bombed with some evidence remaining today, mainly the new ...