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Our first experience of Dubrovnik`s old town last night had us feeling like we had walked into a fairy tale. The stone-paved streets are polished smooth as marble by the thousands of feet passing over them daily. The city walls and buildings are made of golden stone with red terra cotta roof tiles, and as we entered through the city gate just after …
... War which was excellent and cheap.
Heading back up hills (i.e. 300 steps) we parted company and I turned north. The Berlingo had developed a most unwelcome habit of guzzling power steering fluid. I’d first noticed this way back in England, and had purchased a bottle of the stuff. But the car seems to be getting thirstier the further we go, and we were fresh out. A lack of power steering fluid means the car makes an ugly noise and the steering becomes very ...
... I had finished off my second cup of tea, we left our beautiful view. On our way out, Francesco assured me he would be sending another muffin and scone to my room. "Otherwise, you know, you have nothing." Seeing as last night he sent me away from dinner with two full packages of dairy-free cookies and crackers, I would hardly have "nothing." But I think he meant of the pastries. And there are a lot of them on the boat. There is a little glass case down in the Piazza ...
... cultural heritage site. There are signs of bombing everywhere as 80% of the town was hit and has had to be rebuilt. After the end of the war the catholic churches were the first to be restored and then to keep the peace they built a new mosque for the muslims – only 43 of them left in the town but the government had promised to replace the one which had been destroyed. The houses have ...
... you see damage from bullets on a number of
the buildings. The town is however being rebuilt and is expected to be a
riviera style resort in the future. I looked in the church, wandered
the narrow streets and had an espresso coffee, welcome but very strong.
I sat in the cafe with a lady from our group originally from Sicily and
we discussed my upcoming trip to there. I have started to get to know a
few of the people in the group.