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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this morning & the rain threatened the whole time but God graced us with no precipitation while we were exploring the seaside resort of Cavkat & later the walled city of Dubrovnik.
We drove by bus to Cavkat which is a tiny seaside town where we first visited the painter Bucklovic's home which is now a museum. I was thoroughly impressed by ...
... I ate fish or not! Legends! So I got some good food too, then we chilled out with the guys, chatting and having a few beers until we arrived at our next little island destination, Trstenik. There was an optional wine tour you could do from this tiny town, which we decided not to do, so when we arrived we had a walk around with the few people left who didn't do the wine tour. It was a beautiful little town, surrounded by mountains and as it ...
... at one point got on a ferry to cross over from the mainland to the island. We arrived around 12:30. We had tentatively organized a place ahead of time via email, but when they didn't show, we went with another guy to an apartment just outside the old town. It was a nice place, big, kitchen, lots of light, and extremely cheap compared to Dubrovnik. However, as we would later learn, the bed was not exactly build for comfort and the shower was pretty horrible, too. Oh, ...
... back on our bikes and powered off again, this time along gravel, uphill it was hard to get traction and most of us reluctantly had to resort to walking our bikes once again. A little more gravel and then a bitumen hill before it was the steep 8% gradient back down into town. I was sure to take it easy as I did not want to finish with a spill out the front of our hotel.
After enjoying a wine out on the deck I joined Jadranka and Joan for a walk up ...
... to a Bosnian flag poking above a squat building (no more than a shack) up ahead. He squints his eyes and reaches for my bag, "Don't worry. I will pick you up once more."
As the man grabs the backpack, his eyes tense with the effort required to lift. It's only there for a moment - the instant where unexpected, eye-rolling physical strain mixes with joviality, a self-deprecating twinkle and something resembling prayer into a ...