Apartments Artemis Dubrovnik
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... can occur on any ship. Most complaints, in my view, are from narrow minded individuals. However, I did hear one German complaining (in English) that his cabin hadn’t been serviced, the bed had not been made and no clean towels had been left. That sounds fair enough and would fully warrant a complaint but that may be only one side of the argument. I know for a fact that a cabin will not be cleaned whilst it is occupied. However, the guest also complained ...
Our first stop was the port city of Omis which was a neat little town on the coast that was an ancient Pirate stronghold. The first order of business was to take a quick hike to the top of a nearby hill, atop which sat the ruins of an old Pirate fortress and lookout station. While we have been lucky to see quite a few fortresses, castles and ruins on our trip so far this was our first Pirate Fortress so that was pretty cool. After our short hike we ...
“Ness, don’t you just love the way the roads bend and turn here, so much smoother than Montenegro”
“Yes Paulie and have you noticed the sea has started to sparkle again since crossing the border?”
Basically, where we’re going with this, is that today Croatia could do no wrong!!!
Today’s lunch had actually been planned before we ...
... I think try to pick one with a fair amount of "land" time and not "days and days" at sea, but who knows. Quite a lot of the other passengers we have spoken to are regular cruise travellers and have confirmed that this cruise has been one of the best, and we may have started at the "top rung of the "ladder and not at the bottom" Celebrity certainly have not disappointed. The staff have all been fantastic and most of them ...
... over again and rebuilt the whole thing. Not only that, but they did it TWICE! When we visited the Rector's palace in the Old Town, we saw a black and white photo exhibition of the streets of the Old Town after the Serbs had shelled it in 1991. There were boats on fire in the harbour, rubble filling the streets, all businesses boarded up and holes in all the buildings. Nevertheless, when Xmas came in 1991, so too did the indomitable spirit....black ...