Garni Hotel Bokeska Noc
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- Free parking
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... medieval towns in this part of the Mediterranean. The town has a lot of narrow streets and squares. It is a really cool old town and the had a wonderful market of fresh fish and vegetables. This port was a great way to end our cruise. No more posting for a few ...
... we had seen in Split. On the way we stopped at the Church of Our Lady of the Snow which has a painting of Mary and baby Jesus by Vlaho Bukovac, credited as being the most important Croatian artist of the modern period. He grew up in Cavtat and his house is now a gallery of his work. More of his paintings are to be found in St Nicholas Church. Reaching the top of a steep climb we found the mausoleum stands in the middle of ...
... sunrise, but we got pretty close. We left the hostel at around 7 AM to climb 260 meters up 1350 steps to reach the near-top of the fortress. This was semi-reminiscent of some of our Ethiopian climbing moments, except it wasn’t hot and the steps were beautifully maintained. But it was totally worth it—the views of the Bay of Kotor and the old city were stunning and it was early enough that we were totally alone on the trail. ...
... 5 metres thick and it must be 15 metres high in most places. It was clearly a fortress. It took the four of us two hours to walk the wall. There were plenty of photos on the way. It was hot, we were all sweating a lot with minimal exertion. Ang and Craig should have dressed in thinner clothes. We wore our All Black sleeveless tops but we should have thin T-shirts or singlets. Ang over heated at one stage and stood in a shaded corner with her top off (but bra on). But it was ...
... friendly nation, and there is a great deal of uncontrolled dumping of trash, sewage, and chemicals into the sea. Apparently, a lot of garbage is washing up in Croatia, particularly water bottles, and the source is obvious - Albanian writing is on most of the waste that is making its way up the coast. Nothing lasts forever, and sadly, eventually the Adriatic will not be as gorgeous as it one was - so it was ...