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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... After our drinks, we made up our minds we needed to get back to the boat so we could get ready for tea. So no more pit stops! We had booked tea in a restaurant that Brian and Dianne found when they were last here. It was located in a very beautiful part of the town, and the staff were absolutely sensational. Such a good sense of humour.
All our meals were very good, and the evening was perfect. There was a chap playing the ...
My favorite thing about the Balkans is that it is still largely undiscovered and undeveloped. It is Europe's diamond in the rough. You get the feeling that you're off the beaten path, that your experiences are authentic and personal. Oh, and it's cheap. But if there is an area that tourists are flocking (by Balkan standards), it's the Croatian coastline, and for good reason. It is breathtaking. The waters of the Adriatic Sea gently wash up to hundreds of islands, and ...
... they even had green Tabasco sauce, yes. I was in heaven. I grabbed it to go and sat in a park bench over looking the harbor and feeding the tiny birds that came by. All in all, a very mellow day. By this point the herd of tourists were gone and the old town was basically empty. I walked by a through a few shops, but nothing caught my eye. Tons of ridiculous souvenirs and likely overpriced jewelry. This place is crazy expensive if you are looking to ...
... the top of the fortress/walls and it was ******* hot! Louisa didn't quite make it to the top. The view was awesome up the top and worth all of the sweat. Plenty of photos. The drive home was a blur because I slept most of the way but it definitely did **** down rain. Kudos to Brendan for driving the whole day. I was rooted after this day and still feeling crook so the night was very short and into bed early. One bucket cocktail and I was over it.. What an awesome ...
... ice cream later, we were back on the bus for the final stretch feeling much cooler and we were soon arriving in Dubrovnik.
We had arranged and AirBnB in Lapad, which is on the peninsula rather than in the old town, and hopped in a taxi to take us over there. Our host (we never actually knew his name, it was something really Croatian with not enough vowels) met us at the gate and took us up to our room for the next 6 nights. Our host was so nice that after he had ...