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... He inherited it from his Dad and he lives in it himself during the winter. And if I may just sneak this in, all of this for an unbelievable $65 a night!
We didn’t have long to explore this evening, but it was a gorgeous one with the sun going down. Sunset here has been about 8:15 and sunrise about 5:30, so plenty of daylight to enjoy. Trogir is a tiny walled in island ...
... for laundry. It cost 80 kuna and they provided the washing, drying and folding in three hours. We had a Greek salad for lunch. We hung out on the boat until mid-afternoon when Jan, Ron and I took a walk which was a bit longer than we anticipated. We walked over to the next town Betina, saw a great cruising yacht named Pida (which we could get no information about from the web), along the coast to Plitka Vala, up and over to a second campground, Kosirina and then back to ...
... the place, the beaches, quiet walk around and eat delicious rolling in fine bakeries that have inside the Castle for 10 kunas serving as a nice lunch and even dinner (my case lol). You can also find a very beautiful gang, all produced, full of money, spending a note in bars and dinners beachfront port and ready to go to party all night. Also finds ordinary families with many children enjoying the beautiful and tranquil beaches during the European holiday. Also found some style ...
... a summer there in 1898. The Romans had been here. The Slavs arrived in the 7th century. The Venetians had shared control of the coast with the Turks and then the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Italians, Germans, Yugoslavs and now part of Croatia. Many of the palace buildings were closed for the winter, but walking around the old town was quite nice. Cath was coming down with something so we ate early at a pizza and salad place. Tomorrow we would drive to Dubrovnik. ...
... jutting into the Adriatic. The narrow strip of water between Korcula and the neighbouring island of Peljesac was of great strategic importance in ancient times. Our hotel is large and has a distinctly Soviet air about it, with unattractive seventies decor. However, the water is hot and the rooms comfortable. Perched in a prime location beside the harbour, the views are ...