Friday, November 5, 2010

Hong Kong and Eastern Europe Day 19

September 2009

Day 19

In the morning we said goodbye to Montenegro and headed towards Croatia and the popular port city of Dubrovnik. After checking into our hotel and the lady who owns the pension stating she knew my husbands family well (his father is from Croatia), we headed off on the city wall tour. It was crowded, it was hot, but wow, what an experience. The view was amazing, no mater what angle you looked or took a picture from (which we took many), you got a great sight and talk about people visiting from all corners of the globe!

After lunch of Mussels and Spaghetti Marinara at Orhan, we went to visit the War Photography gallery, which displays photos of current conflicts around the globe and a room dedicated to the fall of Yugoslavia, it is definitely worth the visit and was a great way to spend the afternoon

We spent the rest of the afternoon enjoying ice cream, while walking through the old city and finished up our day with another seafood meal of Grilled squid and fish at Marco Polo, our last with this tour group.

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