Plat & Orphee
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... all decided to share a van organized by the hostel instead of taking one of the twice daily public buses between Kotor and Dubrovnik, something that turned out to be a slightly better deal cost wise at 15 Euros and substantially less hassle because we could be dropped off at the edge of Old Town near our accommodations instead of having to make our way there by local bus from the Dubrovnik bus station located several miles north of the old ...
... them back waving us through to continue our journey. The rest of the trip was along the beautiful coast via a relatively narrow country type one lane each way road. This remaining section did take a bit of concentration and so upon reaching our hotel in Dubrovnik just over 3.5 hours after setting off we both felt a little weary. It's only a 20 minute walk down to the old walled town of Dubrovnik from our hotel so we are looking forward to exploring it in detail over the coming ...
... So we had a good walk up and down steps and up to the top and went
into the square for a drink. Back down
the hill we just had to have another Gelato !!!
Back to the dinghy and across the bay to our cat for
dinner cooked on the bat and to bed. That night was very windy and the buoys
around us banged the boat all night as we spun around and around in the wind.
Around 5am the Captain and First Mate decided enough of that and off we sailed
Well, despite the disappointing lose by the Broncos, I'd have to say today was another good day in Dubrovnik. It wasn't as great a day as yesterday was, but now I'm just getting picky. Half the day kept me inside with heavy rain, but the afternoon I got out of the room and enjoyed some more of this wonderful place. I had another great breakfast at the same cafe as before, but wow, I had to compete with dozens of people that I wasn't expecting. I sat in ...
... Army with a siege that lasted for seven months with 114 civilians being killed and artillery attacks on Dubrovnik damaged 56% of its buildings. The Old City has now been repaired, but you can still see evidence of the repaired damage.
It is built on a small headland and is a walled city with two entrances and a wall where you can walk around the top. It is a thriving tourist town and several cruise ships a day call into the local ...