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... Hungarian empire at the end of WW-I, the city became part of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. During WW-II it was occupied by Axis forces, first by the Italian army and later by the German army. However, in October 1944 the city was liberated by Tito's partisans and it then became part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, which continued until the early 1990's.
Following the death of Tito in 1980, the country of Yugoslavia began to break ...
... a swim in the cool salt water pool then a spa. Met two nice widows from the Netherlands that play bridge and keep each other company. Another nice day and we are off on the way to Katakolon, Greece. KATAKOLON GREECE 9.9.14 Arrived at the small town of Katakolon quite early and booked a tour to Olympia and shopping. We got on a bus very organised in language groups and drove through some narrow streets. Heaps and heaps of Olive Groves, every yard had several other ...
... around. It was mental! We stood there for probably a good hour an a half. We just thought eventually it would stop however it just seemed to get worse and worse. The surrounding islands and sea floated in and out of visability. The lightening was breaking directly in front of us and the thunder cracks were the loudest I've ever heard... it was so close it even made us question making a run for it. Eventually people in the little guard tower decided to make a run for it in the ...
... restrained than that of Venice (which it rivalled as a maritime power) - this may have been because for many years, the Republic of Dubrovnik paid tribute to the Ottoman Empire in order to remain independent and so didn't want to advertise its wealth and consequent ability to pay even higher tribute!
The city has a very long and proud tradition of independence reflected in the (still visible) ...
... decided that it was a religious day being celebrated. I turned around and literally bumped into Peter and Denise an Aussie couple from the cruise. They had joined a bus tour to Zagreb and their first day was spent in the Old Town - again! Had a bit of a chat with them - mainly discussing our loud Aussie's on the cruise - seems I wasn't the only one who thought they were loud! Eventually the dancing broke up and they all reformed into a line to wait ...