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- Swimming pool
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... reaction to the heat.
After a full day in the sun, it was time to freshen up and make myself ready for the evening ahead. The restaurant I had chosen to eat in tonight was dead when I walked past, so I did a small walk past all the boats that are tied up along quay side. Lets say there were some poooooosh boats! When I returned back to the restaurant it had started to fill up, it was time to grab a table. Good thing too because this place ...
... the problem solving that comes with travel, especially traveling on a budget - how to stretch your dollar but still see everything you want. It nearly always works out, but there is always an extra level of stress over your head until it does work out. One day, I would love to experience travel without being on a budget. To be able to do every activity I want, eat everything I want to try, take a ride whenever and to wherever I want, to stay wherever I want, ...
... airport though. We had a couple Croatian beers and waited for the last leg of our flights. We arrived in Dubrovnik just before 4pm and got a gorgeous flyover of the city. Even better was the bus ride in. Probably the most beautiful drive I have ever experienced. The road goes along the mountains for about 20km giving you a magnificent view of the Adriatic and Dubrovnik coastline. When we came around the turn and saw the view of the city and the old town, we ...
Left Split by car for Dubrovnik at 11a.m. this morning. Arrived around 2 p.m. It was fun to see the "real" (non-touristy) Croatia as we drove through the little towns. Similarities to our part of CA are striking. Similar weather (warm and sunny in late Fall), coastal scenery is reminiscent of our central coast without the pounding surf of the Pacific. The Adriatic has been flat and calm during our visit, almost glassy at times. Lots ...
... the Stradun) and many small passageways all filled with souvenir shops and restaurants. There are a lot of churches and a palace. We wandered around the area following Rick Steve's walking guide to some extent, but escaped the crowds by wandering some small side streets. Old town is flat in some places but then as you get closer to the wall which surrounds the town, you have to go up a lot ...