A view looking through one of the spaces in the wall.
A soccer field /basketball court we saw as we were walking on the wall. This is a great addition for people living in surrounding houses who want to play sports.
There were even gardens in the old city.
A view of Stradun Street from above.
Another view of St. Lawrence Fortress.
At this point we were making our way to the end of the walk.
The rules of a travel photographer written on Roman's shirt work for me.
I'm not sure I would want thousands of tourists walking by my house and laundry every day.
The "pirate" ship again.
Details of three bells on a church roof.
Back to Stradun (Placa) Street, the main open urban area of Dubrovnik and the most favoured promenade and gathering place. Of course this is the busiest area as well in the old city. This street is the widest and most beautiful street and divides the City into the northern and southern halves. At the same time it is the shortest route between the western and the eastern City gates. The Placa street was paved in 1468. The limestone pavement remains polished from use. As you can see it fairly shiny and bright.
One of the characters on Placa Street.
Finally it was time to head back to the hotel. In the photo, on the left, Miles was posing for me. Anna Lisa, behind is already on her way up.