Garni Hotel Bokeska Noc
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- Free parking
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... apparently we were being "naughty". We then went to meet up with mum at the bell tower and then we went to the church. This church is known as the cathedral of the assumption of Mary . It is thought that there has been a church here since the 7 th century. It was rebuilt in Baroque style in 1667 after the earthquake of Dubrovnik. In the church there was a small part of the holy cross and bones of the saint of the church Saint Blaise. There ...
We all had morning tours in the old city of Dubrovnik and were back on the Quest early afternoon to sail for Kotor.
Kotor is a coastal town in Montenegro. It is located in a secluded part of the Gulf of Kotor. The city has a population of 13,510 and is the administrative center of Kotor Municipality. The old Mediterranean port of Kotor is surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period. It ...
... The results in these exams can influence the school's funding, performance pay for teachers and the outcome of Ofsted inspections. It appears that all schools regardless of their demographics are expected to at least meet the national average - in fact one head teacher quipped that the UK version of our Minister of Education once stated that all children should exceed the national average (rather ironic don't you think!). This expectation seems particularly harsh in my ...
Last day on board. Breakfast is a quiet event and ironically I have to sit in my very original place with the "loud" Aussies. Everyone seems to have had a good time. We have to disembark by 9:00 and the sailors carry our bags out to the dock which is just as well as there was a big step down from our boat to the next one! It is market day so while I wait for the bags to be brought out I go to the produce market to buy some figs. ...
... to get this view back on the city, down onto the city, and just to see it from this perspective. It's humbling to know all the damage that was caused just 20 years ago in the siege of this city, and how it defended itself (quite handy to be such a fortress!).
Once down from the wall, we bee-lined for the public fountain and gulped a couple litres of water – then we went to a couple excursions places, and managed ...