Villa Glavic Dubrovnik
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... walls (a guy saved us money by telling us to buy a mix of adult and child tickets). Was an amazing walk around the walls with wicked views all around Dubrovnik. Went to the seaside bars to watch people jump of cliffs for a bit. Although never saw anyone jump from the big one - I think you had to be in the water to see it. In the evening we went to the park for some drinks. I took about an hour ...
... village on the island. It is HOT, and while I should have been enjoying the cool water with a swim, I was now burning up with fever and incapable of motivating myself to get wet! Yes, that is how sick I felt. I couldn't even swim in the ocean :( I instead, had to have a lie down on the rocks. Boring! ACTUAL SICKNESS: After taking a ferry from Stari Grad back to Split, all I was looking forward to was a shower and potentially just lying down....yes, the "whatever I ...
... resort towns along the Adriatic in the which were quite busy on this Sunday, tough to find parking, just like at our shore towns. These resorts had very modern facilities, hotels, etc. Driving along we saw ruins up the mountain that were remains of the last border of the Ottomans. Back up into the mountains, but a modern highway this time. Yeah! We stopped at an overlook along the Bay of Kofar to view Saint Michael's island, where the wealthy roam. ...
Dubrovnik is perhaps the world's supreme walled city. The best thing to do is make a circuit of the city on the wall. At low season there were a lot of tourists, but not enough to be annoying. By all accounts, in high season you can hardly move. The Dubrovnik card (kn 200) allows access to the wall, along with numerous other attractions. The most interesting of these are the Maritime Museum, the Cultural-Historical Museum (in the Rector's Palace) and the art museum east ...
... from people who didn’t leave their cabins to those who turned various shades of green while sitting on the top deck. At one point Bree and our friend Jess went down below deck to get some more seasick medication and didn’t come back for quite some time, only to return later to announce that the tiny porthole in our room had sprung a leak! What terrible luck that instead of getting medicine to feel better the two sickest girls had to deal with this ...