Villa Glavic Dubrovnik

Address: 14 Supila Frana , Dubrovnik, 20 000 , Croatia | 5 star villa
 
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Location

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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      Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik

      Day 47 - Dubrovnik Croatia

      A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Oct 04, 2014

      ... the whole wall but was pleased with what I did achieve. We left the group and found an Irish pub with free WiFi. Toby tried the local beer and I used the Internet. I received correspondence from our travel agent regarding our unhappiness about our current cabin on board the ship. She has confirmed our next cabin has a view. When we went to pay the waiter he asked for our ticket. I told him he didn't give us one. He became aggressive and yelled at me. He said ...

      Jokes and things that just Aren't funny.

      A travel blog entry by chezoi on Sep 01, 2014

      3 comments, 21 photos

      Did you hear about the tic tac toe priest? He was selling noughts and CROSSES. Ahhhhhahahaha! Wazzas new joke today. Sitting in a cafe in Kotor surrounded by churches and priests and shops. Without Wazza there'd be no blog. Our ship sails tonight at 6.30. It's 3pm and we've had two drinks. The night is going to get rough. We deserve it after climbing 1200 meters and 1350 stairs and taking 30000 photos and not falling over the edge. ...

      Bosnia, Croatia, Bosnia, finally...Croatia

      A travel blog entry by raichies on Jul 29, 2014

      2 photos

      ... buying ice dream at price gauged costs. Some people opted to not walk the entire way around, but Laura and I were without a doubt going to make the whole trek, with even more additional steps. I mean really, who comes to Dubrovnik and is physically able to walk the entire circumference/perimeter doesn't? That's like going to the gates of the Taj Mahal, but not entering,or visiting New York and never going to the top of the Empire State Building.

      With that accomplished we met ...

      Sailing Croatia!!

      A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jun 10, 2014

      37 photos

      ... The next morning we were up early for breakfast and had to leave the boat by 9am. We had to say goodbye to Mel and Nancy seeing as they were staying on then heading off to other places then walked about 200m around the harbour to the bus station. The next stop on our journey would be Mostar, Bosnia. I wanted to see the bridge and we both loved the countryside in Bosnia so much that we didn't really need much more of an excuse to go back. Stay turned for our Balkan ...

      Dubrovnik, Croatia

      A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda on Oct 06, 2013

      57 photos

      ... to the gates were finally handed over to the French on January 21, 1808 and the Republic of Dubrovnik (or Ragusa, it's former name) came to an end. We walked by many forts including Minceta and Bokar Forts. We took about 45 minutes to walk and take pictures before we arrived at Ploce Gates. The rooftops displayed the legacy of the war of 1991-1992. Here you could see the contrasts between the charming, original roof tiles and the newer replacements that were ...