Stella di Mare
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... because it was one of the cheapest we could find, yet it was right in the centre of the old town! The old town itself was very picturesque, similar to the one I saw just up the coast in Split, Croatia, a few months ago. Unfortunately we could only manage one night due to the prices and how busy the hostel was, so ironically the first thing we did was head back to the bus station to buy tickets out of there, despite Sophie saying just minutes after arriving ...
... dust and mold.
The group visited The Franciscan Monastery and Museum near the north gate of the walled city. Built in 1498, the cloister encompassed a courtyard of citrus trees and roses surrounded by a series of columns each topped with carvings of different figures- animals, floral arrangements, and human heads. The museum itself contained interesting religious artifacts and jars used in the 14th century pharmacy- reported to be the 3rd oldest pharmacy ...
... each time they sailed by, eventually creating the island where the church now sits. The isle is, in fact, the only man-made island in the Adriatic—created by scuttling old ships and depositing stones around the small crag where the Virgin was seen until the picturesque church was constructed in 1630.
This evening, cruise to Dubrovnik, where you'll dock for the night.
... The most enlightening being the Balkan conflict and the enduring impacts on the hearts and minds of Serbians. Clearly this was only one side of the story but it was particularly personal and poignant and I felt incredibly ignorant for travelling through the Balkan regions not really understanding the issues, that although historical, still pervade young minds.
The rest of our trip there we went to Kotor, where we ate our body weight in mixed grill and ...
Kotor is a coastal town in Montenegro, located in a most secluded part of the Gulf of Kotor. The old port, surrounded by an impressive city wall built by the House of Nemanjicc, is very well preserved and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Numerous other attractions include the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon in the old town (built in 1166), and ancient walls which stretch directly above the city. Nightlife also attracts tourists to Kotor with pubs, taverns, cafes, and ...