Remisens Family Hotel Albatros All Inclusive
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... that culminated in the breakup of Yugoslavia. Very sobering. More meandering ...another lovely warm day (starts chilly in the mornings but not for long and again chills down at night) We have been so lucky with the weather. The food in Croatia has been great, plenty of fresh fruit and veges (from the market) and of course lots of fish but good meat fishes too if we wanted a meat fix. Prices are very reasonable ...
... 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 ...
... few hours (whilst I hid under the umbrella out of the sun - I had sunscreen on too). We headed back to the main land for a snooze back at our room. Unfortunately we discovered that both of us were sunburnt - and of course I am quite bad. My legs were getting worse as the afternoon went on (Gary burnt his chest and face). We then had a sleep for 1 1/2 hours and decided to go down for a late lunch (5pm haha).
At 6.30pm ...
... driver who drove us to the old city, parked outside and led us through the maze to the wonderful apartment – just two blocks off the Placa, about two-thirds of the way in. I will be writing a glowing review of this little studio apartment on both Booking.com and Trip Advisor – it was TERRIFIC!!! As soon as we unloaded our stuff we went walking…discovered ...
... century palace's former role as the city's customs house and mint. Today it is the home to the State Archives and the Museum to the Dubrovnik Defenders. The Church of St. Blaise sits at the top of the Stradun. Inside Dubrovnik's patron saint cradles a model of the city before the earthquake in 1667. We found the Dubrovnik Cathedral and were fortunate to see the parishioners parade in behind their priest as they entered for mass. We tried to catch the sunset but ...