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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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I can sleep in this morning as the bus does not leave till 12.30pm. Had a great stay in Mostar, very likeable little town.
The bus trip to Dubrovnik travels along the coast, and the views are superb. We hug the side of the cliff which plunges straight into the vivid blue ocean. Unfortunately the bus drivers think they are racing car drivers, so there was no obeying any of the speed limits, and the corners were taken fairly fast. Least ...
... The Game of Thrones, a swimming spot called the Dead Sea, a Holm Oak forest, a lovely lake, a nudist beach, and some stunningly beautiful walking paths. We just wandered and immediately found the nudist beach, the wares of which we decided not to sample, although there were plenty of people lying around with no clothes on. The walking paths around the island we absolutely delightful. I love dappled paths, where there is plenty of light and shadow. Almost a metaphor for life, ...
... and we soon realise that trying to park Dusty will be difficult. Scott suggests we see if we can drive to the top of Mount Srdj and catch the cable car down. Google maps shows a road but it proves an impossible task, so we give up and drive back to Lapad and find the supermarket. Parking is such a premium anywhere in Dubrovnik and the supermarket car park has a sign 20 kuna for 1 hour (approx $4AUD) and if you overstay the hour....500 kuna!! We actually set an alarm to make ...
... had some great paintings by a local artist. We couldn't resist one, which was quite vibrant and had the same view we just had while drinking our coffee. It will be a wonderful way to remember the trip!
Since we had all day and still had the car, we decided we had to do a pilgrimage to the Grgic winery about 1.5 hours north of Dubrovnik. Anyone reading this is probably aware that we are avowed wino's, ...
... buildings and streets made from white stone. The main tourist attraction of the city is to walk around the old walls, but we wanted to save that for the next morning. So we explored all of the streets and walked around the harbor. It was Carnival, so there were hoards of school children on the streets dressed up in different outfits. Apparently, each class was assigned something to dress up as, and they spent the last ...