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It's a lazy morning as its rainy, rainy, rainy. We planned to head out a few times and each time the rain began again.
Eventually we walked through the old town and stopped at the 'hole in the wall' which is only the size of a doorway. You walk down steps cut into the cliff face and are sitting on the outside of the wall. There is a small bar here so you order, enjoy the stunning views and in good weather may see cliff divers ...
... to much, so figuring that if I was going to be awake anyway I might as well explore the city I headed out. Luckily the rain had cleared up and the day was glorious, presenting the pearl of the Adriatic in all it's splendid glory. It truly is a beautiful city, surrounded by incredibly imposing walls and battlements and the terracotta roofed stone buildings split by incredibly narrow alleyways the radiate out from the main boulevard. It feels like you are in the game ...
... beautiful garden in it's courtyard and many Romanesque fresco's decorating the walls. We also visited the Cathedral and Treasury. Just when we were to have some free time - it began to rain!!! There was nothing else to do than find the closest Irish pub and have a beer until the rain had stopped!! We used our remaining free time wandering the streets looking at the souvenirs and after our daily gelato, met our guide and the bus to ride back ...
... exhaustion or having a heart attack. The Walls of Dubrovnik are a series of stone walls that have protected the city since the city’s founding. With modifications and additions through history, the walls have been considered amongst the great fortifications of the Middle Ages, as they were never breached by a hostile army during this time period – this is due to a mix of good engineering and diplomacy. In 1979, the old city of Dubrovnik (including the ...
... and caught up on my entry for Split. Went to bed around 11 pm and got up at 8 when the church bells rang for a while. It was POURING rain outside, so I've spent a while updating the blog here and just hanging around the hostel. I might check out the museum that's next door, although the rain looks to have lightened up so it might turn into a nice day later this afternoon. At least it's warm enough that wearing a skirt and sandals in the rain isn't super cold. ...