Rixos Hotel Libertas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The bus trip from Makarska was about 3 hours, with a short stop, in the neighbouring country, Bosnia, which has about 5kms along the coastline. Rob was a bit disappointed at the checkpoints that there weren't gun wielding soldiers with viscious dogs to check our passports, the bus just slowed down and we went through. We are staying in another tastefully decorated and very comfortable apartment, which is on the second floor down one of the many tiny cobblestone streets in the ...
... and Scott and I get the prime spot at the front, looking straight down at the old city. It's only a 5 minute ride and we are at the top. Of course the view is amazing, that's why they built the cable car right! But what is really weird is that the view is not 360 degrees. There is a massive wall where the view to Lapad (where we are staying) and the other islands should be. I think and say to David "you must be able to see it from the terrace at the top" so up we go ...
... and gave a very interesting presentation on the political and cultural history/diplomatic policy of the Republic of Dubrovnik, which was especially intriguing since we had explored the old city yesterday and this morning. After the lecture, we delayed lunch slightly so that we could watch the process of disembarking from the dock. We all stood on the top deck as we sailed away from Dubrovnik and onward to the tranquil and beautifully "green" island of Mljet. ...
... we headed to the city of Kotor. Kotor is another walled in city, but the walls of this city climb up the side of the mountains to a fortress up above. We didn't have enough time to climb the walls, but exploring the city was an adventure. Even though we were only an hour from Croatia, the feel of the city was different. Since Montenegro is the 2nd youngest country in the world, it still has a long way to go and this can be seen. After a couple of hours we continued on to Budva.
... same Croatian limestone. Our Bosnian meal was tasty Ryan enjoying phyllo pastry stuffed with pork and cheese while I had a fairly meat heavy dish which was basically ground beef stuffed with cheese. My favorite part of the meal was definitely dessert which was baklava (delicious phllyo pastry drenched in honey...mmmm!) After recovering from our meat sweats we made our way to the Old Town theatre ...