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Dubrovnik, Croatia

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From Split we took a long day trip down the coast to see the infamous city of Dubrovnik. It is a walled city built in the 13 century. There pharmacy was probably the first one to open to the public and is one of the oldest in the world, AND it is still open-- I walked right in and said, "Hello!". It was cool to walk in there and see the old eye droppers and medicine. This is me outside of the pharmacy:
We had to take a long bus ride to get to the city, but the scenery and views from the buss was worth the trip. When we arrived we were greeted by the sun!
We spent the day exploring the city and winding through the streets.
We finished the day walking the wall that encompasses the city. It was so beautiful and peaceful.

I really really loved this city, it was so beautiful, probably the most beautiful city I have ever seen. It had so much history too...
I also found out that Croatians invented the neck tie... so that is a cool little fact for you. I actually have forgotten to put in here some other facts about the other places I have been. Like Slovenians invented Democracy... oh shoot now I can't think of any more. haha
Well this is my last entry about my travels for fall vacation. It was great to see that part of Europe but I am enjoying being home now and getting back into music.

Posted by Caitlin L 14:35 Archived in Croatia

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