L'Austral Cruise Photos
From: L'Austral cruise review
Day 4: Dubrovnik, Croatia (5)
After lunch, Cheryl returned to Dubrovnik to take random photos of the city center.
As Cheryl got off the tender, she saw a delivery man waiting with a load of fresh produce for the ship's galley.
Not far away, tourists peered over the harbor breakwater.
A tourist map on a stone wall gave an overview of the city center. (Look closely at the map, and you'll see the tender pier, which is the narrow finger-like projection within the Old Harbor on the right side of the Grad or city.)
Inside the Grad, it seemed obvious that tourism was
Dubrovnik's main industry--at least in the city center.
One tourist shop catered specifically to cruise passengers. (In addition to the neon sign, it displayed logos for MSC Cruises, Costa, and Royal Caribbean.)
As Cheryl got away from the main shopping district, the streets became quieter and the atmosphere was more relaxed.
This cat was wearing feline camouflage: Its white coat nearly matched the Istrian stone pavement.
Stairs led up a narrow back street that was lined with greenery.
A guillotine served as a warning to plant thieves.
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