Hotel Villa Diana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the old town. Blaze had been here just a few short months ago so was a good guide. Next day we headed up and over the mountains on a truly very spectacular drive to Kotor stopping along the way in a small village for a cold plate of local ham and cheeses, yum!
Another old walled city greeted us and we spent the late afternoon and evening exploring. Then it was on to Dubrovnik, possibly the best known walled city in the region. We passed through the border post of Montenegro ...
Wednesday 1st July
We went into the town for our evening meal and were surprised to find Independence Square fitted out with a stage and spectator stands, TV lights and cameras and people rehearsing various instruments.
... of the city. The Palace is known as the world's most complete remains of a Roman palace and the Cathedral is considered to be the world's oldest Catholic cathedral which is still in use in its original structure (without a near-complete renovation).
It is free to walk around the labyrinthine alleys of this old town barring some ticketed sites like the Substructures of the Palace. We entered them from the Porta Aenea ...
... all meet back up by the ferry port and have a few drinks outside while they wait for their overnight ferry that will take them to Ancona, Italy.
They pick up their bags, grab a quick dinner seaside and then head toward the ferry which leaves at 8 pm.
... one of 2 ways, first option was that we have a quiet night on the boat and be fresh for the next day, second option was rolling home at some time in the early ours. Not planned but subtly predicted we went with the latter and found ourselves getting home at about 3am with a custom made fresh Burek* in hand and a couple of surprise encounters – not PG rated.
Sailing Day 2: Stari Grad – Hvar.
Well after the last nights heroics we were all feeling rather dusty, ...