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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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... dinner was organized by Daniel at a restaurant on the water, just outside the walls of the Old Town. It had calmed down somewhat by then and the Old Town took on a different mood with the buildings lit up.
Tomorrow we're off for a cruise to 3 islands for a full day excursion we organized privately. The weather has cooled down a bit but should be 24 and sunny tomorrow, so pretty perfect.
... Berlin, Cologne, Strasbourg, Dubrovnik, all of which have been enjoyable, but there is something very life giving about green places. We checked out the map of the island and discovered there is actually quite a lot to do there, contrary to what our guide book author Jeanne Oliver says: 'There is nothing to do on Lokrum island except sunbathe and swim!' There are certainly plenty of swimming spots, but also a centuries old Benedictine monastery, which includes an ...
... in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) which has taken the lives of 5.4 million people since 1998 and continues to leave as many as 45,000 dead every month. Had a beer at an outer wall bar to recover and then took off for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Our morning began with a quick jaunt down to Mostar's Old Town to see the famous Stari Most, or Old Bridge. This rebuild monument (thanks to the Serbs destroying the original) was a perfect compliment to the Old Towns stone buildings and cobblestone alleyways. It then become time to say goodbye to Bosnia.... and hello to beaches, as we travelled across the Croatian border and into Dubrovnik. Our airbnb accommodation was in a great location, adjacent to an almost private, ...
... column with every 4, single, dot ball recorded. I mean each wine, cocktail, beer, water ie each drink. This is tallied up at the end of the week. We are allowed a wine, beer or juice with each meal ( not breakfast) and 3x500ml bottles of water (still) each day. Sparkling is extra. We are cabin 13. As you can see at this stage we do not have many ticks.
Coffee & tea is complimentary at breakfast otherwise it is a tick on the scoreboard!
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