Rixos Hotel Libertas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Today we went to the walled (old) city of Dubrovnik. The scenery and buildings are so amazing that the television series Game of Thrones was filmed here. When we did the tour we saw churches, churches and more churches. From the hills overlooking Dubrovnik you can still see ...
... hours drive as we had to keep our eye on the time.. The car was to be returned by 7pm. And it is about 1 1/2 hrs each way.
We arrived back at the Montenegro border and sat for a fair while as some cars as processed quickly and others can be pulled aside and emptied for a full search. One car beside us was in that situation. That car was being searched thoroughly. They eventually let the three guys pack up and move on and they ended up ...
We are up early and headed to Geneva to drop off our fantastic Peugeot 2008 what a great car we have driven over 3000km's and can't believe how economical it's been. A 1.6L diesel we only filled it up about 4 times for memory. We fitted both our bikes in the back with bags etc, it's been best way to have freedom and discover the different regions of France, getting to where we wanted to go with no real time frames and ...
... cliff top roads with azure blue sea views of the Adriatic right the way along.
We were slightly surprised on arriving at a border control where we were asked for passports, Andy couldn't work out why we were being checked. As we left the control, he saw we’d entered Bosnia, but only briefly as before long we were back in Crotia again, winding our way towards Dubrovnik.
A quick stop at a supermarket for some cheese and prosciutto for our rolls, ...
... as our guide said, a few minutes is not enough to explain. We see this old town from a far as we are driving on the main road. We learn that Dubrovnik is quite small and only has around 43,000 residents and over the hill neighbours Bosnia. No wonder there is so much war here they all live too close together, we understand why other countries wanted to take them over due to their rich land and sea port. Our first stop was this beautiful little area, think of Tambourine ...