I can't wait to read your section of the Sunday Times, so buy my paper on Saturday. I just returned from Dubrovnik, my shining city, and the 57th annual festival, and you can imagine my delight at discovering the feature by Sharon Dirlam.
I lived in an exquisite museum-piece gem of a house built around 1637. My bedroom overlooked an exquisite garden, beyond which was a low Roman wall, and beyond that the cobalt Adriatic Sea. All this plus breakfast for $10 a day! My suave, debonair bachelor host was Maro Bijelic, Donji Kono 9, 5000 Dubrovnik. For those who can't wait until next summer's festival to be transported into Paradise, there is much to see and Maro, who is an English teacher, is a superb guide. Also, the trip is worth a visit to the Renaissance art gallery of my dear friend, Milicia Bravacic next to the Old Synagogue.
FRANCES P. WAYLAND