Remisens Family Hotel Albatros All Inclusive
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... but the interior has more pastel colors than the predominant blue tiles of the Blue Mosque. The Spice Market came next. Amazing place but claustrophobic to me. However, claustrophobia was re-defined when we took the underpass to what we thought was tram access on the waterfront. I don't think I've ever seen so many people in one place! Not one spare inch between bodies! And they were going ...
... one of the islands called 'Supetar' travelling over some rather bumpy waves.
As we pulled in towards the island, anchoring the boat about 40m from the coast. I jumped in first, followed by Joseph and then mum and dad. We swam over to the land leaving our small little boat sitting relatively still on the much calmer waters around the island. As we clambered up rocks we immediately regretted leaving our water shoes on the boat. Dad smugly ...
... office and was relieved of 15 euros to buy a green card for Montenegro. Hang on, their currency is euros? Now I’m really confused… They proclaim to not be part of Europe but have the euro as their currency – stupid country!!
Waving my green card in front of fatso’s big fat chops, he reluctantly gave me our passports back and we drove off feeling not particularly welcomed into our 12th country. Our ...
... has been wonderful !!!!!! Travel Tip 21 - When in Dubrovnik forget the cable car ride, the 55 minute queue was a waste of time. The top of the cliff however, is the best. vantage point for photos of the old city and port. While buses cannot travel up the narrow road to the top, taxis can traverse the winding road. Hire a taxi for the trip up, then simply catch the cable car down the hill. More efficient use of ...
... some good views of the Old City. After wandering through the Old City we found ourselves down at the wharf enjoying a nice cool breeze. Before getting back on the bus we emjoyed a quick drink at a local restaurant where they were happy to accept euro rather than the kuna (the local ...