Lafodia Hotel & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... building was 400 years old, when we said that our nation was only half that age, she was genuinely shocked!
We visited a couple of churches and the Franciscan Monastery museum primarily to see the one of the world's oldest continuously operating pharmacies.
It truly is a beautiful city, however when the time came to return to the ship, we were also glad to escape from the heat and the ...
... and also out and up into the hills a bit to get a broader view of the city. The bus was stopped by some police at one point and both the driver and the guide had to get out and there was much talking and handwaving and bearing in mind that we'd been told that there was much corruption in Sarajevo we were wondering what would happen next. However all was good - just a routine check to make sure all our papers were in order.
... wanted to swim. We found a small spot on the rocks with ladders into the water which was nice. After a swim and sun session we wanted to head back and walk to city walls. The city wall walk was pretty cool. 2km long and took us about an hour and a half. We got some of the best views of the old city and the ocean.it would have been pretty crazy to look out there during the war and see enemies coming in. After ...
... for some lunch and a few afternoon swims – the water was surprisingly cool today! But refreshing as always. Afterwards we pulled up anchor and swung around to the next bay which was the island of Lopud, another small port but good for a walk around and nosey. We settled in a nice beachside bar for a couple brews ;)
We then went back to the boat and had our last dinner on board with everybody, including a bottle ...