Rixos Hotel Libertas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 160;It was such a nice thing to do and made our arrival very special. Her son runs a restaurant in the Old Town, one which we plan on going to for Caleb's birthday. Once Osana heard about Caleb's birthday she was planning in her mind of how to be involved and from what I can guess she will be showing up with a cake. It was still relatively early so we went for a short walk to get our bearings. As we were leaving the gates ...
... base for the next two days of exploring.
We dropped our bags off quicker than you can say AWESOME and headed into the town. For those playing at home, Dubrovnik has been the backdrop for many scenes in the TV show ‘Game of Thrones’. It is a very unique place with a bewitching beauty in a sublime setting. Which is sadly not a secret, as it’s marble streets were littered with thousands of people. The remarkable old town is ringed by ...
... garden in it's courtyard and many Romanesque fresco's decorating the walls. We also visited the Cathedral and Treasury. Just when we were to have some free time - it began to rain!!! There was nothing else to do than find the closest Irish pub and have a beer until the rain had stopped!! We used our remaining free time wandering the streets looking at the souvenirs and after our daily gelato, met our guide and the bus to ride back to ...
... only a little piece of a large country etched with so much sadness and history, and so much beauty. Croatia, we will return again someday. Paul heads to gym, Mac & Julia play 'Squok Club'. Kenneth our Cabin Steward has made us towel swans, and written a lovely letter. Sweet. One more night, hoping the journey to Venice isn't too bumpy given the grey weather, our cruise is sadly almost over..... We leave Croatia. Watching the latecomers from our room was both hilarious ...
... for the ride back. On this ride one of the guides informed us of the war that had laid siege to this city back in the early 1990’s.
The siege of Dubrovnik began in October 1991 between the Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA) and Croatian forces. During the Croatian war of independence the JNA advanced on Dubrovnik and surrounded the city. They had captured all the territory between the Plejesac and Prevalak peninsulas on the Adriatic Sea. ...