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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the neck of a beer. However we eventually got the jäger and vodka out which went down a bit better. Went to check out the sky bar. It was alright. Pretty much only people from the sail Croatia/busabout boats were there and it was a full on night club which I wasn't really into when not feeling well. Went for a little wander around old town and then back to the boat for one last sleep in the ...
... beating me and scared my FOMO away.....almost. My mate wants to show me the canyons near to Split. And I do want to see it, despite the suspect fever I have raging inside me.....so, we go from 6.30pm, until about 9pm to walk along the river and through the canyon rising tall over us. Despite not feeling 100%, it was so cool to see how quickly the natural landscapes and habitats change here, and only 45mins by car away! I'm glad I didn't let "Actual Sickness" beat ...
... of Yugoslavia, used to use it, Gina Lollobrigida and Sylvester Stallone had houses there at one time. It is now owned by a Russian novelist, who wants to build a casino. It looked quite busy today. Plenty of yachts were seen in the bay, there is a lot of money there. We stopped for lunch (on our own, not included) where I had stuffed pork and Jean had chicken wrapped in bacon kebab. New country, they included 1€ surcharge on the check. We went up ...
We checked out of our room at 6:30am, ate a full English breakfast at a restaurant in the airport and then headed to our terminal for our 8:30am British Airways flight to Zagreb. It became pretty obvious quickly that we should have planned our time better because when we got to the bus stop we realized that the buses were on a Sunday schedule so they weren't arriving as frequent. Terminal 4 is a 15 minute bus ride to terminal 5 which is where we needed to be and we ...
... old town, all the rest being inside the wall.
Dubrovnik has a remarkable history. Rebecca West: "[It] was quite truly a republic: not a protectorate, but an independent power, the only patch of territory on the whole Dalmatian coast, save for a few unimportant acres near Split, that never fell under the rule of either Hungary or Venice. It was a republic that was a miracle: on this tiny peninsula, which is perhaps half a mile across, was based a great ...