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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Petka Dubrovnik
The Hotel has everything you may need to feel comfortable and its restaurant has good food. But you need to walk 20 minutes to be at the Old City (or take a táxi which is not expensive).
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If you have been following my blog all the way through you may recall I had to jiggle our itinerary due to the Ferry timetable and instead of 1 night in Dubrovnik we ended up staying 3, and loosing one in Sorrento and one in Bari. The extra two nights we booked up in old town which turned out a very good thing in the end as we thoroughly enjoyed …
... underway though because the water was incredibly calm with a very light current for the first 30 minutes or so, giving our guide a chance to run through a few things before we even had to use our paddles. Luckily our friend Edward provided a wonderful safety lesson when he tried to move around and as he did so ended up slipping and whacking me right in the face with his paddle. Fortunately my safety glasses (aka $5 sunglasses I had purchased in town) took care of the ...
It was George Bernard Shaw who called Dubrovnik “the pearl of the Adriatic” and said that “…those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik”. I think he was right on the money.
Dubrovnik is as enchanting as I had hoped it would be. I've waited a long time to come here and I am not disappointed. First up today was a short walk to the cable car which took us above the old town with beautiful views, marred only by the number of ...
... in Croatia by a 'back route' which took us through the heart of the country. The rural areas overall did not seem as impoverished as we had expected. Bosnia is clearly committed to self improvement, but without the coastline that the likes of Croatia and Montenegro enjoy which bring the tourist's golden dollar, it is merely going to take longer. One thing is for sure - the warning signs on the sides of the roads - a red circle with a cow in the ...
... Mid-evil looking pathways which led somewhere unknown.
It is very rare for me to travel somewhere and think, ‘I must come back here’. Normally its either ‘Meh, I can check it off the list but not overly impressed’, or ‘Beautiful, happy I went, and no need to return as there is somewhere new I must explore!’ Hopefuly this gives you an idea of how amazing Dubrovnik was.
Driving back, determined to not take the ...