Hotel Lav Vukovar
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... front of the famous clock tower. You might notice that the hands of the clock are reversed in terms of length. Well, it's not obvious. But the time is a quarter past one and not five past three. Wikipedia tells me that this is so that fishermen on the Danube could more easily tell the time.
Ah, this was great to see. An absolutely superb spot for a beer. Great weather and a great view. It couldn't be ...
Back at my new, new favourite pub for drinks and language practice.
Camelot. A bit more modern than the last place and perhaps the food isn't so old either. The also have their own beers which is always a bit plus. A lot like other beers of course... after all it is beer; how weird can they get and still have it be beer?
Notice the beers... Nothing worse than a ...
Vukovar & Osijek, Croatia
Rollin' on the River
More cold and rain. Can this stop now? Once again the ignorant American didn’t realize that this city, the largest port for Croatia on the Danube was 90% destroyed by the 87 day Croatian War of Independence or Homeland War. The damage is considered the worst since WWII. Approximately 25,000 people were killed or are missing. As you ...
Left the ship 9am. Short walking tour through the war torn streets of Vukova. Weather overcast but not wet. Visit to Osijek and the Franciscan church with organ recital and a walk through the old town square. We visited a village home for a Croatia home cooked lunch, which was very tasty. Everything on the table was got from the garden! We then visited a Cellar and tasted three different wines. Sailed for Belgrade ...
The Danube marks the border between Croatia (right bank) and Serbia (left bank). We dock in Vukovar, Croatia, nInety percent of this city was destroyed and hundreds of citizens massacred in the civil war that started after Croatia declared independence in 1991. Serbs living in Croatia launched a rebellion supported by the Yugoslav People's Army. Much of the city has been rebuilt thanks to help from the European Union. After the war the government encouraged people to move back to ...