Vila Koruna

Mali Ston, Ston, 20230 , Croatia | Inn
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    The Adriatic Sea: Croatia

    A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa on Aug 17, 2013

    11 photos

    ... in an island toward the south and Dubrovnik a history-rich coastal city few kilometres away from the southern border with Montenegro. Croatia recently joined the European Union in July 2013, and shares borders with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and sea borders with Italy. 4.3 million people make the entire population of this small but beautiful country, that contributed to worldwide fashion with the invention of the necktie (worn by ...

    Kayaking (Nicky)

    A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier on May 14, 2013

    5 photos

    Today I woke up, said to myself, "lings," and went back to sleep. Today I woke up and my alarm hadn't gone off yet. So I read until the alarm went off and got ready to go kayaking for ten o'clock. We took the taxi into to the old town, where we were getting to the kayaks. After this and that, we were at the spot. We walked down to the kayaks and we discovered a tiny little stone beach. There were people ...

    The sea, once it casts it spell

    A travel blog entry by thebests on Sep 06, 2012

    17 photos

    ... br> The next days plan was to explore the old city. Dubrovnik is quite an old city, and funnily enough, the old city is the oldest part. Founded way back in ancient times by Greek sailors, the city expanded to become an important port, one that was only challenged by Venice across the Adriatic. Over the years the Ottomans, the French and the Austrians have controlled the city. Then it was incorporated into the modern state of Yugoslavia in 1945. This lasted until 1991, when ...

    Dubrovnik - Paradise on earth

    A travel blog entry by khillski on Jun 12, 2012

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... just a simple marshy channel separating the town from the forested settlements nearby. The marshland was reclaimed in the 13th century, and quickly became the old town's main artery. Lined with shops, the street has changed little since its defining moment, the earthquake of 1667. The rebuilding of the street meant the houses followed a uniform, and safer, pattern. They contained shops on the street level, living areas on the upper floors, with kitchens on the ...

    Day 293 - Divine Dubrovnik

    A travel blog entry by everett.butler on Aug 26, 2011

    48 photos

    ... ve been burning the candle on both ends, late nights and 6am wake up calls, and it shows on our haggard unshaven faces and sweat stained clothes. But a kind of neurotic energy sets in from the constant stimulation. Falling asleep in one city and waking up in the next only to do it all over again - so different from the beginning of our travels when we would linger for weeks and months at a time in one place, making connections and getting a true sense ...