Guesthouse Tea Hvar

Majerovica bb, Hvar, Hvar Island, 21450, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Majerovica bb, Hvar, is near Hrar Island (Otok Hrav).
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Travel Blogs from Hvar

Split morning then onto Hvar!!!!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Oct 16, 2013

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... heavier, torrential in fact so we headed to a really busy cafe for our morning tea for Rox and Coffee for myself which went down a treat in the horrible weather. The cafe was packed which we came to learn was because people of the Balkans love a cafe, coffee and most of all a gossip about other people in the city/town. When the rain finally abated the first thing we did was head to the Palace and the St Dominus Cathedral. This building had so ...

On to Hvar Island

A travel blog entry by diff54 on Sep 11, 2013

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... check in and to get out of the heat retail therapy was in order. Michael went to town in the local (and totally unexpected) fashion outlet shop. As Hvar is the destination of the boating community and party goers, most food and other retail is expensive, but this shop was the exception. I succumbed myself with the opportunity of a new top as I am already tired of the small wardrobe a suitcase provides. Our apartment was ready by lunchtime so we stocked up ...

Another beach day......

A travel blog entry by lawrudd on Jul 14, 2013

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... event. Loretta & JR loved it, but not my thing; not even when I was younger. I will stick with the quieter more intimate "pub" scene. This place was crazy. What was funny is Loretta & I walked away with the independent thought that something could go very wrong with an event like that; is that our "old" age thinking?. We strolled back to our apartment where Loretta & I sat in the plaza people watching. We figured out it ...

Beaches, boats, and caves, oh my!

A travel blog entry by nicimarshall on Jun 21, 2013

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... boats out on a leg of a ragada that was going on which was beautiful. Even better, for about fifteen minutes we had pods of dolphins on either side of the boat. We must have seen 20 or more. It was fantastic and my cheeks started to hurt a little from all the smiling... Our first stop was at a large cave (big enough for several boats to be inside) with walls covered in green algae- hence the name the green cave. The walls made it quite dark with ...

DAY 2 - SPLIT - APRIL 7, 2013

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Apr 07, 2013

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... stolen goods. That part is the flea market open on Sundays and the veggie section is the Green Market. I wished somebody would make me a salad!
Diocletian's Palace was a fortified city built by Roman emperor Diocletian. He had it built as his retirement home. After serving for 20 years he retired at 60. He was tempted to return to politics but was enjoying his peaceful life in his palace too much. It is said that ...