Remisens Family Hotel Albatros All Inclusive
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... the city walls, we learnt that the mixture in roof tile colours was due to what was shelled in the Balkan war period. The tiles that were a brighter red were the ones that had to be replaced from the shelling - which was a lot of them. The older browner tiles are the ones that survived the bombings. From the fort at one of the corners of the city walls you had complete 360 views over the Harbour, out to the ocean, across old ...
... 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 ...
... were not helped by the fact that within the first few miles, we saw at least 5 duty free shops all closed and boarded up. It immediately looked much different from Croatia and very much poorer and neglected – but we remained hopeful.
We followed signs for Budva and found ourselves tracking a narrow and pot-holed road around the Bay of Kotor, a popular destination for cruise ships. The water was so calm that ...
... overlooked the sea. Dubrovnik is the best-preserved Croatian medieval city and the highlight is the Old Town. Two days here might not have been enough but exploring the Old Town and walking the top of the walled town gave us spectacular views. I ate some calamari at a restaurant inside the walls of the Old Town the second night. Susan, Raymond and I continued to have fun together. It was fantastic that we bonded the way we ...
... policy - counter crowd.... go at the opposite time to 'them'! So the rest of our time we returned to the walls and completed the circuit - 2+ miles and over 1000 steps up inclines and down slopes. By meandering along alleys to capture the real essence of Dubrovnik (cats everywhere) we stumbled across a market with preserved goods, spices, lavender and other local produce.... A ...