Hunguest Hotel Sun Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After being up and traveling for countless hours, my mom and I finally landed at Dubrovnik Airport. Even though it was a bit grey and rainy, the landscapes still looked beautiful and we were so thankful to have made it safe and sound. Going through immigration and security was very easy - we simply waited in line, and one-by-one they stamped our …
... enough to take paint off the walls but actually tossed back was quite tasty after ones taste buds recovered. Had a lovely walk back to the boat. Ate dinner on the boat watching a huge electric storm brew in the distance with lots of lightening that evening that lit up the sky with flashes followed by rolling thunder and rain. Very few photos as my battery died and I of course had
forgotten to one of my ...
... version of Dubrovnik. I felt it had more character because it wasn't as polished and pretty as Dubrovnik but has an interesting charm of its own like a person whose been through a lot but is still optimistic and happy. The hike up to the church was a little tough but I enjoy these hikes and it was great to see the city change as the sun set upon it and the night lights turned on. I took a few snaps and after a look around the church which was closed by then. Afterwards, ...
... we were first struck by the vineyards. Then we came across the most beautiful garden. Behind the gate was a rock grotto with a statue of Our Lady of Lourdes....one of three that we saw on the island. After a cold drink we took the road down to Zrnovska banya hoping to find a restaurant. Nothing. It was a very pretty walk
along the waterfront but not so much as a general store for a chocolate bar. By the time we dragged our sorry asses in to Korcula we were pretty hot and ...
... br> Gav had been researching parking and found the town had built a new "garage" just 5 mins from the old town, so we headed for it. Once there, there were plenty of parks - not sure if it was because we were early or just the way it was.
Walking from there, we traced the streets down to the old town. The old town is surrounded by historical walls that run for almost 2 km. It's like entering a giant ...