Hotel Lopudski Dvori

Address: Obala I, Lopud, 20222, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Obala I, Lopud, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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    Day 39 - Messing about in boats

    A travel blog entry by scottheldon on Jun 14, 2015

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    ... sea rescue ever but it was a bit of excitement! David brought the boat back and we tied it up again. We then opened the esky and enjoyed a lunch of sandwich-cum-rolls that I'd made last night, with a very nice cocktail mix that David had put together this morning. Don't ask me what was in it but one was enough for me and I wasn't even driving! After lunch and relaxing on the sun for a while, Jo and David went for a swim and a snorkel while I ...


    A travel blog entry by hittingeurope on Jun 12, 2014

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    ... hour later (as we claim further and further uphill, away from the coast) we get edgy and rightly so. After some exploration by max, which included trespassing and evading angry workmen, we decided to turn back and correct our mistake. 20 minutes turned into an hour and a half. On the plus side, I did manage to befriend a stray kitten (much to Max's disgust), who rather rudely refused my offering of stale baguette. I take some solace in the fact that she couldn't have been that ...

    Dubrovnik - Kings Landing

    A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Dec 23, 2013

    12 photos

    ... world’s most exquisite walled cities, Dubrovnik’s character reflects its storied past as an independent city-state that rivaled Venice. Also known by its Latin name, Ragusa, this was a fortress city that served as the base for a fleet of ships that carried trade between much of Europe and the Middle East. The city-state’s period of autonomy extended from 1358 to 1808. ...


    A travel blog entry by jefe on Sep 15, 2013

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    ... people are tired of these songs by now, but not me - not when they are blasting at a good volume in a Croatian dance bar, and we've already polished off one bottle of Rizling at our apartment and a liter of the house white and Nishta and I'm wearing my dazzling bright white new kicks. To quote Mike from 'Dazed and Confused', "I wanna dance!" Everyone in this bar was drinking out of little plastic buckets like a kid would have at the beach. The bar sold these disgusting ...

    Goodbye Croatia, we will miss you!

    A travel blog entry by mattadore on Jul 15, 2013

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    ... at the base of the cave and the water was incredibly stunning. We swam and sunbathed. I did a bit of snorkelling and then climbed some rocks and dived in. Jods took the photo of the trip so far of me diving off the rocks, completely horizontal, with the cruise ship in the background. See attached. By now it was getting close to 2pm. Our tranquil postcard scene was all of a sudden interrupted by a hoard of kayakers in a tour group. It was like a small Viking invasion. We ...