When we returned to Dubrovnik, we faced one question to answer: Do we walk the city walls again or freelance our way through the Old Town?
We wound our way around to find a plethora of restaurant lined rows, shops selling all manner of art, clothes, crafts and oodles of gelato. We finally settled our weary bones into a comfy corner trattoria that gave us a vantage point of others exploring the city, wandering about their activities and snapping pics. We also saw many people humping luggage up to the holiday apartment rentals and workers methodically hauling heavy construction materials up and down the steep marble walkways. Walk around for just a few hours and you'll appreciate what everyday life is like in Dubrovnik without any elevators. (Lean people with legs of steel.)
Next time we're in the city, I think we'll be trying the beaches and sea kayaking (that's the image at the bottom). Looks like so much fun; we can't wait!