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Dubrovnick

Out of Albania and into Croatia


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Time to leave Albania - I think the hosts are quite ready to see us go.
A slightly bad start at 7 AM when we learn the bus driver needs a typed, printed list of all passengers and their passport numbers to present at each border. No one is pointing any fingers......but....someone didn't know....someone didn't tell.

A long bus ride through Albania, Montenegro, and in to Croatia.
The scenery is beautiful.

The bad start continued when there was a mix up for our group and the travel agency. We had been booked in a different hotel than originally reported. No one is pointing any fingers......but....someone didn't know....someone didn't tell.

I had been told that Dubrovnik was a beautiful spot, but I did not know what to expect.

The walled city, the cable car ride to the Napoleonic fort that is now a museum to the Homeland War, and the beuatiful residential and hotel areas. Add Dubrovnik to your travel plans and have a relaxing week. Just be prepared for thousands of tourists from buses and cruise ships in the walled city day and night.
View from the wall

View from the wall


At home in Dubrovnik

At home in Dubrovnik


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Museum_of_Homeland_War.jpg


Garden in the convent

Garden in the convent


Stairway  with restaurant

Stairway with restaurant


Flower garden

Flower garden


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Dubrovnik_10.jpg


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Dubrovnik_9.jpg

Posted by pscotterly 10.01.2012 22:51 Archived in Croatia Tagged dubrovnik

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