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... the clocks went back a hour when I entered Macedonia and so
it was back to my room for a while!!
Finally 8am came and I had my breakfast which consisted of bread, hard
boiled egg and a few bits of cheese and ham together with some kind of strange
Breakfast eaten and tank filled and I was off along the streets of this
strange town. The main street was still rather busy considering it was only
08h30 in the morning. I would say people were ...
Day 3. We woke up in usual fashion around 11am and prepared for our guided tour for the day. We had an omelet and toast breakfast before we headed out to meet our tour guide, Marijana, who picked us up at our apartment. We headed south of Dubrovnik for about 20 mins to a small town called Catvat to begin the tour. Catvat is another ancient settlement with much smaller city walls. We visited a couple of churches with baroque styling and learned the origins of the pulpit was to give both ...
... begins bright and early tomorrow. Hotel Excelsior is situated overlooking the water. Previous guests represent a variety of A-list celebs including Queen Elizabeth, Margaret Thatcher, Ted Kennedy and my favorite US president, Jed Bartlett (aka Martin Sheen). Other entertainers include Liz Taylor and Ric***********, Owen Wilson, and Monserrat Caballe. No celebs here at this time. We're grateful for the wonderful ...
After last night’s storm we woke up to find all our balcony furniture where we left it – thank heavens we didn’t scatter any more garden accessories across Dubrovnik!
Today we got back on the road and headed to our furthest most destination from home – Budva in Montenegro. We hugged the coastal road again and said one last goodbye to Dubrovnik.
It wasn’t long until we arrived ...
... allowed in the old town, so it is packed with people, cafés, little shops and apartments. There are two gates into the old town, both with a drawbridge you have to walk over. It is truly amazing! We walked around the city walls. This gave you a good idea of the layout of the town. We also took the cable car up Mount Srd to Fort Srd. Here, the views are incredible. We went through a ...