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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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Chegamos em Dubrovnik, depois de sair de Split as 08:30h, às 12:00h. No caminho paramos em Neum, única cidade da Bósnia no Adriático. Tivemos tempo de almoçar um crepe em um pequeno Restaurante com mesinhas em um beco na transversal da rua principal da cidade antiga. Havia 4 navios grandes ancorados na cidade. A …
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 …
... walled city, and then back around another island by the town. This other island had rocky beaches with ladders going down into the water, where people often swim in the summer. There were no houses on the island, just parks with peacocks. Kind of strange. However, it was very pretty. After the island, we went up the coast, and saw some beautiful inlets and homes. Thankfully we made it back to shore safely.
Once I got back to shore, ...
... much from the war, you could not tell by the warm hospitality we received. Our daily dunks in the frigid Adriatic, walks on the beach and incredible food and liquors became an easy routine to fall into. Who could say no to peach, melon, strawberry liquors, various native rums and whiskeys, and lastly and most memorably "ABSINTHE". Google "Absinthe" if you dare!
... we live in. As a background to this on many days, the film crew of Game of Thrones was around us as they checked all the locations and set up for scenes. Didnt actually see the filming though. Sat in a favourite laneway cafe with coffee and tea, and now on our balcony looking out to sea before dinner- back to the waterfront restaurant. Reflecting on our time here and planning for moving to Mljet on the ferry ...