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  • Touring in Dubrovnik on our Own

    #2 Posted : Saturday, June 24, 2017 5:57:41 PM

     

    The City Walls are easily walkable without any sort of a guide or tour. There's a cafe about halfway around where you can get a cold drink or a beer. A must see is taking the ferry out to Lokrim - it's a city park on an island just outside the harbor. Beaches, walking trails and cafes, and a Napoleonic era artillery fort on top of the hill with a really good view of Dubrovnik. Try and stop in to "Bar Buza" also called the "Hole in the Wall Bar". It's a small bar built on the rocks outside the city wall on the west (ocean) side of town. Sunset views, and if you're brave you can jump off the rocks and swim, and then climb a ladder back to your table. (There are two "Bar Buza's in Dubrovnik. Go for "Buza 1")


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  • adapter plugs

    #3 Posted : Saturday, June 24, 2017 5:39:51 PM

     

    The differences between the various continental Europe plugs is strictly in the grounded versions. An ungrounded two pin adaptor (I think this is type C) will work in all countries. It probably violates code in Italy and Switzerland (hence the label), but will work just fine. Since your iPhone charger is two prong, a two pin adapter will work just fine. The universal adapters that Alan recommends will work just fine (they don't work in South Africa or India). Note that even though these universal adaptors will take a grounded plug, they don't actually ground the device.


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  • "Downtime" clothing

    #11 Posted : Saturday, June 24, 2017 4:32:16 PM

     

    Thank you both so much!


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I have been forever spoiled. If I ever go back to France to explore Provence, it will have to be this way. It's all Tauck's "fault": The travel company ferried me along the Rhone River for my first experience (starting in Paris) in this French region, giving me such a unique taste of luxury, fun and adventure that I cannot imagine a better way.

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