Rixos Hotel Libertas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... it, leaving it at a different table and stayed in a highly volatile state. I snapped and escalated into a fit of rage (admittedly I was hungry and wanted to leave. It takes a lot for me to get really angry). I started yelling at him reminding him of every word and action that led up to him giving us 1 beer and 1 tea - no milk. We did not get a ticket. I managed to breathe and then ask how he wanted us to pay. He kept saying we couldn't pay without a ticket. ...
... not going to happen. Dubrovnik is amazing and looks really lovely. A major tourist attraction though and crowds we haven't seen for awhile. The size of this place helps you to get away from the crowds and sit in a quiet cafe drinking coffee and water. Nice and a welcome break and excuse to relax a bit. It's a nice thought sitting in a cafe in Dubrovnik drinking coffee isn't it? It raining again so we've ducked into a restaurant for a ...
... little back streets and eventually stopped in for a drink at the famous Buza Bar. We grabbed a spare table but quickly upgraded to a nicer one overlooking the water and settled in with a drink. Lucky - it's really hard to get a table at the best of times. The bar is built through a little hole in the city wall with nothing but a small sign saying "cold drinks" to let you know anything is there. It’s right on the rocks by the water and you can swim straight from the bar. ...
... of the old city remind people what occurred.
We learned today that the residents number 30,000 in summer & drop to 600 in winter. Residents find it expensive to live here too. Shops, cafes, galleries close in winter & Dubrovnik becomes a ghost town. Our day finished at the Banje- local beach with another golden sunset then dinner at a tiny 16 seat restaurant serving traditional Croatian food. ...
... 20), and ascended the walls. The crowds were manageable -- must have been a slow cruise ship day -- and we took our time to enjoy the views, read Rick Steves guided wall walking tour, and, of course, take photos! After the wall we enjoyed a relaxing and huge lunch at Lady Pi Pi's garden terrace and then explored old town Dubrovnik -- shops, churches, the synagogue, walkways. ...