Hunguest Hotel Sun Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... quite large. It was built in 12th and 13th century and retains all of its old charm despite the thousands of visitors it has each day. In fact the visitors add to the character of the place. It is hard to believe that back in the early 1990's this place was bombed heavily during the homeland war between Croatia and its neighbours Serbia and Montenegro. They have restored most of the damage but there are still some signs of the battle on some of the buildings ...
... by boiling sheep’s milk) and they brought us this giant basket of free homemade bread. The seafood platter was perfect—we tried local salmon, some type of white fish, shrimp, squid, and octopus! It was all so delicious and fresh, and it made both of us even more excited by the idea of living on a coast next year.
We spent the next few hours walking within and around the walls of Kotor. The city is SUPER small, and ...
We arrived in Dubrovnik, after a 16 hr journey from Calgary. Our flights were good and everything ran like clockwork. We are staying in an apartment in the "Old City" which is a walled fortress built in the 13th century. We walked around the wall (1.9 km ) which overlooks both the city, on its inside, & the Adriatic Sea & Mt. Srd on its outside. So far we have visited the maritime museum, as Dubrovnik was ...
... and probably went a little bit overboard since the prices were outrageously cheap. We then also ordered a second round as well. It was all delicious and the waiter even made a comment he was surprised we finished it all! Pussy. We can eat sushi for days, especially when there's a birthday involved.
The next day was pretty much a bus day up to Mostar. We posted some postcards back to Granny and Jimby and bought some snacks and then it was into a taxi to the bus station ...
... t have to meet in the theatre to collect our group tickets we had to go straight to the pier. So off we go, scan out and there is our bus waiting. We start the drive and the port is about 15mins drive from the 'old town' which has a typical medieval look with the dominating stone wall around it. The town had been taken over many times throughout history however not in the last war of 1991. We did get a high level summary of all the turmoil Croatia has been through over the ...