Radisson Blu Resort & Spa at Dubrovnik Sun Gardens
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... at a grocery store for breakfast supplies. It was here after I requested to purchase my second Milka of the day that Ryan staged a Milka intervention stating that maybe we should cool it on the hazelnut chocolate bars for a while. To appease me, he still allowed the purchase of Nesquick to make the transition easier. We headed home and I enjoyed a delicious cup of cocoa while relaxing and listening to the water lap gently against the ...
The weather forecast is not good for the next few days. Thunder and rain. The seasons are changing. But, we have one full day in Dubrovnik, and it's all about walking the wall. With every good intention of getting up early and heading out before the throngs, we were enjoying breakfast down the street (literally and figuratively) at 8:45, and heading for the "quieter" entrance to the wall ...
We started our sail Croatia trip by flying into Dubrovnik at around 4:30pm. We caught a transfer bus from the airport that luckily dropped us off about 200m from our hotel. Our packs are starting to get a little heavy, despite the fact we really haven't bought that much stuff along the way. To get to our apartment we had to climb up this set of stairs that was about 4-5 flights i suppose you could say. Sim was loving it, while I was just hoping I didn't trip cause I ...
... the harbor and walked to the old town area. An outdoor market featuring truffles and olive oil beckoned us. After sampling a few, we enjoyed walking through the aisles of beautiful cherries and strawberries, along with large bunches of very slender asparagus and other produce. Roger bought a package of dried figs which he shared with everyone. Louis subcomed to the sales pitch of Zelka, an attractive young lass with ...
... very openly and frankly about the war. To her credit, she acknowledged Croatian complicity in the events that contributed both historically and later in Bosnia to the conflict in the entire region (more so than any of the local displays and museums that we had seen). I asked her about lingering resentments and any hope of future reconciliation between Serbs and Croats - especially between people in her generation.
"Serbs and Croats ...