Villa Glavic Dubrovnik

Address: 14 Supila Frana , Dubrovnik, 20 000, Croatia | 5 star villa
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This 5 star villa, located on 14 Supila Frana , Dubrovnik, is near Island of Lokrum, Lopud Island, Franciscan Monastery, and Rector's Palace.
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      The scenic and historic grand finale.....

      A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 26, 2014

      16 photos

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      Something that most of us take for granted is the feeling of safety and inviolability in our homes. It was upsetting to imagine what the people in this part of the world had to endure in the 90’s war. The “lucky” ones were given an hour or so to gather what they could carry and told to leave and never return. The “unlucky” ones became victims of “ethnic cleansing”, something which affected whole families. ...

      A first bad weather day

      A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Sep 01, 2014

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      After sailing out of Kotor, we begin a slow cruise to Dubrovnik when the weather takes a dramatic turn. Big winds, thunderstorms, rain and bigger seas.
      The Captain speeds up so that the stabilsers will work. He also takes a few detours and circuits to minimise the impact on the boat, which is quite calm in our cabin. The water in the toilet bowl is a good test. The level is quite high and severe pitching would cause it splash over the top.
      We sleep very ...

      Once in a lifetime weather

      A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Aug 30, 2014

      184 photos

      ... I went and had a shower after dinner to finally get all things boat and ocean off me while Jason sat and chatted about the Croatian economy and how reliant Dubrovnik was on tourism (that's basically all there is here now... but it's still in better shape than most of Croatia outside of Split and Zagreb). Well, obvi.

      We went out for a quick walk around the area to scope it all out and got as far as the main pedestrian promenade that runs from Lapad centre down to ...

      Walls and wars

      A travel blog entry by clairebrenton on Jul 29, 2014

      Back on the mainland we headed for the old town of Dubrovnik where we scoured the city walls, walking the perimeter which is just under 2kms long. Walking the walls we got excellent views of the town, the old harbour and the Adriatic Sea. Walking along the walls we learnt how they were built as a series of defensive walls dating back as early as the 8th century with some sections being ...

      Dubrovnik and Monetary concerns

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 27, 2014

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... me last night that there are sixty six churches in the old town alone. Holy cow! That's an area with a circumference of about 1.2 miles, so it's not very big. Of course, a lot of those churches are fairly small - about the size of my living room, and they don't have mass said in them very often, but it's still pretty cool. I ended up getting up and getting out the door in time to go to 9 am mass at the Cathedral. I was trying to follow the ...