Travel Blogs from Cavtat
We spent last night back where we started the tour, in Cavtat. Now I'm at the airport, waiting for my flights to Vienna and Krakow.
On Sunday afternoon in Sarajevo, I went to an exhibit on the massacre at Srebencia, where around 11,000 Muslim were rounded up and murdered. The exhibit was tastefully done and, of course, gut-wrenching. They …
... would be that somebody from the hostel stole it. Such a person would probably take out only one banknote and then put the wallet back, however, we didnīt leave the wallet unattended in our room either. Well, we simply donīt know till today what happened that day and we will probably never find out. In the end we made a conclusion that the bill must have fallen out of the wallet while we were making payment in the supermarket. In this case it was the most ...
... tribute kept Ragusa, later the Republic of Dubrovnik, from coming under the yoke of stronger countries until Napoleon’s rampage through Europe in 1808.
The city was called Ragusan Republic, and elected leaders called “rectors” who served at the will of the aristocratic voters for one month only, were confined to their palace for their term of office except when on state business. Libertas (liberty) has always been near to ...
... tried them for the first time - two varieties and they were not too bad. There we also donkeys, chickens, geese, ducks ad dogs wandering around too. We then headed back to the town to meet the others for dinner - surprisingly seafood again!
Day 6 - Makarska, one of the larger islands with a large Marina. It was packed and rather busy. We had a good look around then went to the local beach which is all pebbles and where there is everything ...
... back when they opened and they are labelled with 1317 so a good souvenir for me. The museum does contain some pharmacy related stuff so depending on the cost I might come back here as well. Our guide also pointed out the first entrance to the city walls walk, something else we will do later (especially as the cable car is closed so we need to get the best views of the town we can). Behind us ie opposite the monastery was Onofrio's Great Fountain. This was the water source ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed