Villa SV. Petar
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stand up, and he forgot that, lol! Not sure this particular apt in this house is the one I saw on the internet!
Took a walk around old town, sat down for an early dinner as we had skipped lunch after the great breakfast and eventually chilled at home after a walk along the sea waterway which separates town.. On the walk we found mentally affected community locked in by wire fences just up the street from us. Some of the residents were calling out to passers by but we have ...
... to turn the car in and to arrange transportation to Venice. We drove northward toward Zagreb on a two-lane, somewhat winding road interspersed among small towns with mountain character. We met the main interstate going southwest to Rijeka. About 6 miles before Rijeka, we diverted up into the mountains to a ski area. From there, we did a 4.5 mile hike up to a peak named Svenjski. We started at 3500 feet and topped out at 4800 feet. The last bit was a rock scramble among very ...
Woke up to a lovely morning. After breakfast we caught the number 6 bus back to The old town of Dubrovnik along with the other thousands of people from tour buses And cruises. Once inside the gates headed to the old wall to buy our 9euro tickets to walk around the old wall with the hundred people which took about 2 hours, just well we all have to walk one way. Half way around we ...
... and had the local fish platter for two. The boys of course had Cevap-cici, what else?!
When the rain had subsided we continued our walk, this time along the water to the south eastern end of the island to visit Kamerlengo fortress. The entire 15th century structure was still standing but there was little to see within its walls.
We continued walking along the outside of the island towards the northern side. ...
... We walked back into town, into the old town, past the fish markets, and through the narrow streets until we were in the centre of Diocletian's Palace. It is an incredible piece of Roman architecture and is preserved as a UNESCO site. What is even more impressive compared to other historical sites we have seen is that it is still in use by the local population. People still live in apartments inside the walls, there are shops and cafes and restaurants. And yet it is still so ...