Hotel Villa Diana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today I woke up early....still couldn't sleep pass 6am I think I am still a bit jet lagged. I was happy to be up and see the sun shine and decided to go for a final walk to the Old City and meet Joe at the cable car later. My walk was so nice as the sun shined brightly and there weren't that many people about so I could take my time and enjoy the city walls and drink my coffee in peace. On my way to the cable car I found an orange that fell from one of the many ...
... early and we enjoyed our breakfast of toasties on the move. We were off to Vela Luca to see the big cave. This involved a none to enjoyable hike up a pretty decent hill to have a look around what is in essence a big hole. The significance of the hole is the discovery of human occupation dating back at least 18,000 years, the reality is that nothing is on display and it leaves everything to the beholders imagination. Not to be disheartened however we decide to replicate our own ...
... over and let us through with all of our Croatian drugs.
Our first impression of Dubrovnik even though we were sick and tired was wow!!! We struggled up to our apartment up 200 cobble stoned steps right in the heart of oldtown with the famous city walls not far above us.
We had yummy Mexican for dinner and bumped in to Tom and Sarah from the yacht. ...
... bell tower, I got half way- incredible views. The Treasury has beautiful embroidered vestments, silver chalices, many icons pertaining to saints and best of all, books that were hand written, ranging from 580 AD to 15th century.
Strolled again through the palace complex- finding new sights and really enjoying the atmosphere of this special place. ...
... Croatian cuisine - pizza places are everywhere, restaurant menus are dominated by pasta dishes, even the seafood dishes have a distinctly Greek flavor.
A visit to the Ethnographic Museum doesn't shed much light on the cultural identity. The exhibits of traditional dress have distinctly Turkish overtones. As well, many of the traditions of weapon use were imported via ...