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- 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!
... delight we saw homes where people are actually living in the wall, walked down lovely alleyways or side streets and got a feel for a truly wonderful city.
We spotted a museum up on another entrance to the wall walk so went to investigate..... Ok it gave us a chance to get up on the wall - the very part we wanted to get to with all the cannons set in the wall. Yeah... we walked on the ...
... Katrina, Pete, Craig, Hazel, Patrick and Doris. I didn't realise how hot it had got but when I looked at my arm I noticed how sunburnt I was - woops!! We spent our whole time on Lopud in this bar, chatting away and enjoying the view of the sea as we were sat right on the waterfront. Back on the boat and I was still taking advantage of the free wine - I got ridiculously drunk. Back at the harbour in Dubrovnik I got separated from ...
... side of the river and falls. Where Plitvice National Park has large, still lakes with occasional waterfalls in the distance, Krka is all fast moving streams and full of the sound of water rushing over rocks and tumbling down cliffs. We stopped for a picnic lunch about ½ way. We hadn’t brought cosies for a swim at the bottom of the falls, although about a dozen people were brave or mad enough to. You are ...
We woke up early and caught the bus into the old town. We got off the bus up the top of the old town and we had to walk down the castle walls to get in. It was so medieval and beautiful. You literally looked down and the old town was like a walled city on the point of a cliff. We had a croissant and coffee for breakfast in a nice cafe and planned our day.
We had heard that sea kayaking was really popular in Dubrovnik because there are lots of islands to visit so we wanted ...