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... off' before she got her salary and a three month leave. She spends that time usually traveling herself, usually through Eastern and sometimes Western Europe. She had been to the States, when she was 8yo though and hardly remembers it (Michigan). She said she does meet Americans from time to time, but nowhere nearly as many as the Koreans, British and Germans. She could not believe I was traveling alone for two months alone. Not because of safety, but she thought ...
... town. It turned out the crazy crowds were for catching a number of cruise boats that go to surrounding islands and cruise ships, so after an hour or so it was much more bearable. We walked the city walls the encase the old town of Dubrovnik, complete with 500+ medieval stairs : nothing like a bit of variety in your stair height, depth, width and quality, just to keep things interesting! We had the most amazing views the whole ...
... warned, but still, after the cheap prices for food and bottles of water, as well as the daily gellato, we did experience a bit of sticker shock.
Of course if you are going to choose to do anything at the hottest point of the day, then walking around the city walls is your best option. NOT!!! After climbing more stairs the views of the city both inside and outside the walls are amazing. Definitely worth the crowds and expensive price. But, the heat. Oy. It wasn't too long before ...
... overlooking the old town and then headed out by bus back to Cavtat.
I knew I was going to come back to Dubrovnik in a few days so I didn't mind not visiting it all today. Especially since I booked a game of thrones tour in Dubrovnik!
This city is truly impressive. Probably the city that impressed me the most by the way they kept it so original...(even if it's been reconstructed)
... expensive. The food is at least twice as expensive as Zagreb, and about on the same par as Paris, which is slightly more expensive than the US. The hostel for the night was THREE TIMES what I paid in Spain and about what I paid for the super cheap hostel in Paris. Basically what I'm saying is that, Dubrovnik is a beautiful, beautiful city. But it's about as expensive as going to Paris - there's no 'cheap tourism' in this part of the Balkans!