Apartments Artemis Dubrovnik
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... 160;It was such a nice thing to do and made our arrival very special. Her son runs a restaurant in the Old Town, one which we plan on going to for Caleb's birthday. Once Osana heard about Caleb's birthday she was planning in her mind of how to be involved and from what I can guess she will be showing up with a cake. It was still relatively early so we went for a short walk to get our bearings. As we were leaving the gates ...
Finally a holiday sleep in! I got out of bed in just enough time to check out, the hostel was so cruisy though I chilled in the common room with a few other Aussies before I had to catch the bus to Dubrovnik at 12.30.
I jumped on the express bus and 5 hrs later I was in rainy Dubrovnik, then started my mission to the hostel. I had booked to stay in 'Old Town' as it was apparently central. Not knowing too much else about Old Town it sounded good. What I should ...
... the beach!
Lunch was just wonderful, we ate, drank and laughed as we sat in a beachside restaurant for a good few hours…what can we say, that’s the Mediterranean in us!
We then decided the sea looked like a very tempting option so had a leisurely walk back to 5 star luxury got changed into our swimwear and had a good natter around the pool with the waiter opps I mean Bill topping up our ...
... of the city walls and getting a true appreciation of the marvel and beauty of this city. The walls at this point as we left were at least 50 metres high jutting straight out of the rocky outcrops and were very imposing. The water was thankfully very calm but cold as we paddles along constantly looking at the city and hillside behind it. The initial ride out took us along the breadth of the city highlight the huge walls, the hidden cave bars outside the walls, ...
... tons of little places to eat.
There was some good exercise involved with walking the circumference of the city walls...they meander up and down and along the ocean, and only provide one-way walking traffic. The walls are 3-19 feet thick and 6,200 feet long, so basically golf course length.
After our trek, we passed through the middle of old town to go back to Pile gate, and ran across on of the outdoor cafes to ...