Sesame Inn

Don Frana Bulica 5, Dubrovnik, Croatia | Inn
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This inn, located on Don Frana Bulica 5, Dubrovnik, is near Elafiti Islands, Dubrovnik Aquarium and Maritime Museum, Minceta Fortress, and Church of Saint Blaise.
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    Last night in Dubrovnik

    A travel blog entry by angrygaza on Jul 05, 2014

    13 photos

    ... and the rest are all from Sydney. We haven't met any people from Melbourne or NZ. It seems Sydney are the main ones who travel lol! The ages vary too, the youngest is 20 and the eldest is 36 (which Gaz was happy about not being the oldest there haha)
    We all decided to catch a bus back into the Old Town for and afternoon of free time. Gaz and I opted to catch a boat to Lokrum island which is a nature reserve, with swimming spots and wild Peacocks ...

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    A travel blog entry by mickle777 on May 31, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... 3][4]The oldest systems of fortifications around the town were likely wooden palisades.

    Dubrovnik, Croatia

    A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda on Oct 06, 2013

    57 photos

    ... century palace's former role as the city's customs house and mint. Today it is the home to the State Archives and the Museum to the Dubrovnik Defenders. The Church of St. Blaise sits at the top of the Stradun. Inside Dubrovnik's patron saint cradles a model of the city before the earthquake in 1667. We found the Dubrovnik Cathedral and were fortunate to see the parishioners parade in behind their priest as they entered for mass. We tried to catch the sunset but ...

    Dubrovnik (June 13 to 18)

    A travel blog entry by loogmord on Jun 18, 2013

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    ... Today, the town is basically split into two groups with the Croatians on one side and the Serbs on the other. Unfortunately, even today, the two factions do not work well together, with a large tower dominating the landscape on the Croatian side and the typical mosque towers on the other. Claudia provided a very unbiased account of the background behind the conflict, and even today she is not convinced of long-term stability of the region. The most famous structure in town is the ...

    Athens - Dubrovnik - Montegro

    A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip on May 21, 2013

    14 photos

    ... BC. It involved 30 gears, dials, scales, axles pointers - to be able to follow and read astronomical cycles....maybe of interest for modern engineers with a bent toward lunar astrology?

    Plane trip from Athens to Dubrovnik was short, only around an hour and a half with some stunning snow capped mountain ranges to amuse Keith, following the plane's path on Google Earth!

    Wednesday 22 May

    Met Bev Walker mid-morning, having almost found our ...