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As I rode the bus along the coast, I kept my eyes wide open waiting for my first glimpse of DubrovnikMy parents went several years ago and are still talking about it& D.JThere is so much to share on this that I devote another post to what Old Town offersHe was traveling home to visit family and went on and on about the beauty and of course, about the beachesSaunter off to Kotor Bay, the double-bay in Montenegro, or visit Riviera-like Budva also in Montenegro? Very easyDubrovnik is just blessed with its location as a great place to base a lot of travel in the regionReturn to top of pageCopyright 2017 Metro Theme on Genesis Framework WordPress Log inExcept no foul smells, floods, or sinking buildings here& Stay tuned for part 2 where I hope you will continue to see why I so enjoyed this jewel of the Adriatic! Beautiful view of the eastern harbor, the Fortress of StWanna laugh? Stayed at the same hotel too!! Will never forget the seafood risottos, amazing scenery and the pretty walled town
Reply Calogero says: 25 August 2012 at 6:15 PM Very nice photos from Dubrovnik, Croatia! Reply Raul says: 25 August 2012 at 9:30 PM Thank you! It is a beautiful place to photograph! Reply Rachelle says: 4 April 2013 at 1:14 PM Did you know in the olden days (like 20 years ago), if it rained on your stay in Dubrovnik you didnt have to pay your hotel bill that day? True storyLeah Travels recently posted.A Sunny Day at Cloudy Bay Winery Reply Raul says: 25 August 2012 at 3:05 PM Yay! I really think you would love chillaxing there! Reply Traveling Ted says: 25 August 2012 at 3:17 PM It is too bad we humans are as capable of destruction as we are of creating beautyGetting hopelessly lost in eastern France, being tossed into a stranger's car in the Sinai peninsula, discovering the most mouth-watering wines in Mendoza, etcPola (jettingaround) recently posted.Photo of the Week: A street in Oaxaca City, Mexico Reply mrsoaroundworld says: 23 August 2012 at 6:40 AM I first went to Croatia a good 5-6 years ago and LOVED DubrovnikThe restaurant, though outside of the Old Town and very close to the Pile Gate and the main bus stop, was and felt tucked awayUnfortunately, it was not a clean break for Croatia
Notify me of new posts by emailJohn, the Bell Tower, the Dominican Monastery, St.A Fourth of July Celebration at the Peachtree Road Who is laughing now, though?? Old Town and the City Walls For sure, the best part of Dubrovnik is what is in Old Town and what surrounds its: its famed and still intact city wallsThe mussels and the fish were very fresh (and I know fresh fish having lived in Chile for a year!!)Bucket List 2012 and the Bucket List Additions to the Original Bucket List Good Eats and Drinks Special Photos Favorite Sites Lets Collaborate About Wyoming Hiking Camino de Santiago Colorado Georgia Himalayas Kilimanjaro Nepal Patagonia Tasmania Transylvania Great Drives The Jewel of the Adriatic Dubrovnik, Croatia! 21 August 2012 by Raul 24 Comments For a long time, Dubrovnik has been in my radar as a destinationKieu recently posted.The Gilis: Our First Diving Experience Reply Car Hire Assistant - News Blog says: 24 August 2012 at 1:31 AM Dubrovnik is a beautiful city and Croatia, without doubt, should be on everyones list as a place to visitThough in my TripAdvisor review I mention that it was pricey, it was a great deal
Lucky guy! (In fact, you can see in the top picture on the top right of the picture!) The beautiful Grand Imperial! Building across from the Hilton Grand Imperial Hotel The hotel was built in the late 19th century and suffered greatly in the attacks in 1991 (I saw a picture of its roof burning in a local museum where a photo exhibit shows the pain the city went through that year&)Ill certainly digg it and personally recommend to my friends The World of Deej recently posted.The 17 Mile Drive of Monterey Peninsula Reply Raul says: 23 August 2012 at 12:35 PM Id probably be like your parents to the eternal annoyance of others! Thanks for checking this post out and stay tuned for part deux! Reply lola says: 23 August 2012 at 12:08 PM im really wanting to go to Croatia at some point soonYou can search for this page title in other pages, search the related logs, or create this pageTraveling Ted recently posted.Five adventures overseas that went wrong Reply Raul says: 25 August 2012 at 4:03 PM Indeed, Ted -
Oh, and they had good wifi! View from straight ahead from the Restaurant Posat View of Fortress StArriving in Dubrovnik I landed in the small but very efficient airport and boarded the bus to town, saving tons of money and paying little to be dropped off right outside one of the main gates into the old cityFollowing the Footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia in JAlternatively, you can visit the Main Page or read more information about this type of error.But nationalist zealots dont respect much& Dubrovnik paid the price still visible as bullet holes in some buildings and by the new-looking roofsI sat by the waterfront, under the aegis of the St16 years of travel writing, first just emails to friends and family as I went around the world and, since 2008, via this blog! Drop me a note about your own travels any time - I love discovering new jewels for future travel opportunities! 2ffeafca65