Valamar Dubrovnik President Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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So our flight left Dublin with a stopover in Frankfurt (one of the three times we will visit Frankfurt in the next few days) and then onto Dubrovnik. The flights were really good, 2 hours to Frankfurt & I1/2 to Dubrovnik, it went so quickly and we only had a break of 50 minutes between flights, so just enough time to go through Immigration and …
Today, we got up early to take a ferry from Split to Dubrovnik. The boat was comfortable, which is the most important thing, since the ride was about 4 hours. On the way, it made stops at a bunch of adorable little islands. At some point, I'll have to come back to check them out.
We arrived at the ferry port and wanted to get to our hotel- Villa Rosa. At first, we wanted to take a taxi, but the guy didn't really want to take ...
... get every where these days!!! Tonight was not a late one as tomorrow morning, all being well I take the 7.15am bus to Split. A 3.5 hour journey which will take me through Bosnia; they own a little strip of land that is along the coast. I had contemplated doing a trip to Mostar, but decided against it because as per usual, time was limited. But if I do come to this part of the world again it's definitely on my to do list along with ...
... Couch Surfing, but I'm paying for the experience instead! SICK OF BEING ON A BUDGET: With all my travel, since I'm not working, and traveling for extended periods of time, I'm always working to a budget. For my last day in Croatia, I have an extra strict one as I don't want to change any more of my money to Kuna. I need every Euro I have for Greece! So, with 300 Kunas to my name, I have to pay for accommodation (Kn200), bus to airport (Kn40), and food (the rest of ...
Had a nice buffet breakfast at the hotel this morning. It is truly a 5 star hotel. We left for our tour at 8:45 AM and went to a viewpoint just south of old town for a photo op. We beat the Asian tour busses by minutes. We then went to the Pile Gate and met our local guide Karman. She walked us through the city and into the Franciscan Monastery that was heavily destroyed during the war in the 90's now mostly reconstructed. UNESCO ...