Hotel Vestibul Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... on the boat then had to catch a speed boat to the party. Don't think I've ever caught a boat to a party in pitch black before but why not! The place was cool but DJ was terrible so the night was mediocre. Dubrovnik was up next which we very excited about. I've only seen Game of Thrones a few times but walking around the cobbled streets and huge walls definitely made me feel like I was on the set. I loved Dubrovnik, the beach was packed but where we were you ...
... on a number of occasions to take photos and on one occasion I even went down a steep road and right onto the beach. I took a quick paddle in the water and it was just so refreshing. Onwards I head along this great road. Once again trying to obey the speed limits along here is simply impossible with all these racing clowns in their big Mercs or boy racer cars. Again its actually safer to go way above the speed limit than have them on your tail and overtaking on blind ...
... and head for our final destination of Dubrovnik a day early. So with nothing else to do it was back to bed to enjoy be thrown about the cabin by the rough seas.
Arriving into port at Dubrovnik by 11am we almost had the day to ourselves, Shaylee used the time to get her hair cut and coloured something that if you had heard would seem to be a matter of life and death whilst Brendon took the opportunity to work off the last few nights and went to the gym.
With the ...
... town of Split took shape within the palace walls; Diocletian's Temple of Jupiter was converted into a Christian baptistery and his mausoleum became a cathedral. The entire old section of Split, with the palace as its centerpiece, is a virtual open-air museum with the city's contemporary life bustling through it.
Return to your ship for lunch onboard. Then take the afternoon to make your own discoveries.
... can spot someone peering out through their wooden shudders simply watching the action pass them by.
The Riva Promenade lies just between the city and the harbour and is a constant hustle and bustle of people coming and going. Between ferries, cruises, tours and personal boats, the harbour is never quiet it seems. As such, the nearby street is also a main area for restaurants and shopping. Looking at this "main strip" ...