Apartments Milicic Hvar
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... with 3 Americans and found a small restaurant which had a good menu . It had a red rope across the entrance and when we went to pay the rope meant there was a cover charge - 20 Kunas each - NZ $5 . It was worth it . They all have many shops - lovely cotton garments - but I am flying on Easy Jet and only allowed 20'kgs so have tried to be restrained . Yeah Right! Now it has turned cold with wind - Tanya our host tells me it is.a mistral wind . But I am on ...
... gave us a pretty nice discount so we were sold! We saddled up in our boat like you'd ride a horse and sped off with our guide, Adrian, and 9 other people. The green cave was nice and we got the opportunity to swim around and then the blue cave was nice too, except that we hadn't been informed that we had to pay extra for it. The green cave color wasn't very bright but still beautiful and the blue cave was almost an electric blue since the ...
... are like between the countries and the people now. She said there is not a lot of trust. Upon learning that someone is from Serbia or Montenegro, there is a raised eyebrow and an unspoken acknowledgment to proceed with caution. Somewhat sadly, my reference point for Serbs and Croats comes from tennis, Djokovic and Cilic, Troicki and Coric. I'm not sure if this characterization of a cloud of wariness and suspicion applies to the microcosm that is the ATP world tour or not. ...
... stay on Hvar and only $50 per night. After that we set out on an adventure to hunt and gather which done as all wise women do we found a restaurant and got waited on like the queens we are hahaha so never the less we picked the most amazing spot on the water front with water as green as grass a sun set that mesmerises a dark soul and my view was of this lovely looking blonde I think her name was ...
... around the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. Throughout its history, Split has seen itself been occupied by various different groups, originating as a Roman settlement in 305 CE, later becoming Salona after the fall of Rome in 650 AD, sacked by the Avars and the Slavs, conquered by the Venetian Republic, a free city between the wars between Venice and Hungary, back to Venice, then given to ...
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