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... it is probably a school.
The next drink place we come across is selling freshly squeezed juices and we decide it's time to stop for a quick refreshment. It is a delicious orange, apple, strawberry and grapefruit juice with lots of ice and it definitely hits the spot. We only stop for about 10 minutes and then it's back to it.
Three quarters of the way around and the little harbour that sits between the old city and the main road comes into full view and ...
... surprise!) and we all ducked into a local shop for coffee and hot chocolate as we waited for the worst of the storm to pass. As we continued walking the wall, we also encountered a British couple who looked as if they were just going out for a Sunday stroll - no umbrellas or rain jackets - and they weren't complaining at all. And luckily, the weather cleared up enough for us to have a better experience up on the walls, but it didn't ever really stop raining. ...
... the only people there under the age of 50. This has been a common theme in Dubrovnik, probably 90% of the tourists here right now are over 50, with many probably in their 70s. This means that walking around in these crowded areas is even more problematic when you get stuck behind an elderly tour group. Anyway, after seeing the pool, we headed down the hill to try to find a place to eat. Luckily their is a promenade that leads to a beach a short 10 minute walk away. Unfortunately is that ...
... gained protection from this super power against the Venetians. Our climb took past two restaurants outside the walls on the cliffs over the blue Adriatic. Our guide told us that often people will visit for a drink and a dip in the sea. It looked like a pretty sweet spot to relax and take a dive into the crystal clear waters. Our guide pointed out headquarters of the Nazis and the SS police in Croatia and discussed that some Croatians fought with Germany ...
... in the ocean below!
In the evening we went back inside the Old Town and saw another wedding party leaving the church. The women were beautifully dressed wearing incredibly high heels, which would have been really hard to walk in on the cobblestones.
After the wedding party left the Old City the guests were driving up the street tooting their horns and guys were hanging out of the cars with the Croatian flags. It was great to see and hear!