- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to Mum and Dads new favourite pizzeria.
Joseph enjoyed the same pizza he'd had for the third time this holiday, dad spent a few very stressful moments choosing between pizza or pasta; he chose pasta and decided he actually wanted pizza in the end. Mum enjoyed a lasagne and me some sea bass.
After a delicious meal we headed back to our beds via the ice cream shop of course for a hot nights sleep.
Result: a very successful day!
... get to Budva for the afternoon.
Suddenly we hit a traffic jam… ah this must be our glorious entrance into Budva, an over-populated and touristy town with unfinished apartment blocks and only one road going through it! Lovely! The last mile must have taken 40 minutes to complete and finding our guesthouse was proving tricky. After a few wrong turns, scratching heads and asking locals – we found it, high on the ...
Yesterday ended up fairly disastrous - well it got sorted in the end, but it certainly took awhile.
(In a nutshell, the day started off perfectly, the drive out of Split a lot better than the drive into Split, (less frantic, with signs "apartmeni / sobe / camera / rooms" screaming at us every 5 metres), great scenery - the coast truly is stunning, we had stopped for a ...
... an hour to the old city we then wandered aimlessly up and down 1 334 460 steps (I dare you to doubt me), visited a cathedral (Sunday is the only day we haven't been to church), ate sorbet and then preceded back to the ship. Stephen started getting a little touchy the closer we stepped towards the ship. I thought walking in the rain had finally got to him but no, he hadn't had his fix of local beer yet and ...
... take 4 1/2 hours but it took us 6 hours! Before we got on the bus to Dubrovnik we explored Diocletian's Palace and the world's oldest cathedral. Cathedral of St Domnius is thought to be 2000 years old. Under the cathedral is a dome shaped crypt with a big well in the centre. It was thought to be used for 5th century spiritual rituals and was only accessible to a few. A bit ...