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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... an ares that was undergoing extensive roadworks so our trip was a little slower than expected. As Gran used to say, it is better to arrive 20 mins late on this world than 10 years too early for the next.
Annette dealt with the hire car people while I unloaded the gear, assembled the bikes (front wheel were off) and loaded on the pannier bags - haven't had to do,that for some time! We had travelled 832km in the four days. Not a bad effort! ...
... shops, being entertained by the many street performers all while walking lots and lots of steps! The entire historical city core is surrounded by the medieval ramparts, creating the perfect illusion of a well protected settlement from some other, past times. Dubrovnik’s Old Town is completely surrounded by enormous stone walls that date back to the 10th century. Up to 6m thick and 2.5m high in places, Dubrovnik's Ancient City Walls were built ...
... about 6k today to avoid the hilly parts ;)
Tonight we had dinner on our own and chose to go to "Toni's" in the village of Dol. He roasted lamb on a spit, there was also sea bass, and a local balkan dish called Cevapcici (basically ground meats & spices, shaped into sausages, served with Ivar, a yummy eggplant sauce. Will try to replicate this at home.
... another country between Italy and Croatia. It's called Slovenia and I now have a stamp from there in my passport. So that was pretty cool. We got to the train station at midnight and had to walk back to our dorm. Luckily it stopped raining because it is a 45 minute walk and we had all our luggage. I had a great first weekend trip though. I really enjoyed everywhere I got to visit. I have another trip next weekend to the Almafi coast. I just can't get enough of the beach.
... I grabbed the clippers and finished the job (I should have asked her to use her clippers and do it myself). I look at JR and said "I don't think you want to get your hair cut here!?" He agreed, I paid her the 40 Kuna (about $7.50) and we went back to the hotel. I walked into the room where Loretta was waiting. She looked at me and said "That is what you wanted to try and at least by the time you get home it will grow out and you can cut it the way you like". My ...