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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 …
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Seafood and gelato have been diet staples for the last few days, with mussels and fresh fish dominating this group's plates at each meal. We quickly found that the coffee we are accustomed to in the USA is called "bijela kava" here and each day begins with a stop at a local cafe to fuel up.
The centerpiece of Dubrovnik's appeal is the mile-and-a-half wall that encircles the Old Town, a ...
We got off the boat and went into Dubrovnik. About 20 years ago there was a terrible war here, and we walked down the streets that were bombed and set alight. It is a beautiful old town now, but it wasn't this way 20 years ago. Lots of people died in this war, it's incredible that so many of the buildings have ...
After breakfast at the hotel we have a. Walk to local Lapad shops to get kuna and bus tickets then head into the old town on the number six bus. The old city is packed with cruise ship guests so we seek refuge in a side street with an iced cappuccino . Then take a leisurely stroll to the entrance to the harbour. It's a wonderful sight. People are swimming and jumping off rocks , there are all shapes and styles of boats from old galleons to yachts ...