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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I will not be packing a hair dryer! So, I collect my laundry and unpack. Zorica brings up 3 boxes of tea and indicates this tea will make Debbie's stomach feel better. She is simply lovely with such a welcoming, heartwarming manner. She smiles and is off again. Very quickly, we can smell wonderful aromas coming from her kitchen. She delivered us trays with 2 fish each, skin, head and all, french fries, salad and fresh soft bread. It was absolutely delicious!! We enjoyed a lovely ...
... and gorgeous smells. Seeing the bus stop across one corner of our walk we realised we were nearly back and in need of that cold beer but, little did we know the lake was not a lake! There was no bridge to get round the final bend so we had to swim across! Good job we had the water proof rucksack as phones and IPad don't like water! On returning to the bay we have our well earned beer only to watch ...
... but no taste, Plavac Milos - the local red, quite smooth merlot type and finally Postup Radovic - a Pinot Type red. My favourite was the Plavac.
Geoff - I hope the Croatian Tasting you had on Saturday at your local wine seller matches my thoughts!
As well as the wine we had some nice bread, cheese, nuts & figs. By the time we had walked back to the ship it was after 6. We had to find dinner for ourselves - this was tough as we had passed about 20 cafés along ...
... and Mali Ston are charming villages situated on either side of a mountain at the base of the Peljesac Peninsula. A medieval wall about three miles long runs a crooked path over the mountain to connect the two sleepy towns.
In addition to historic remnants of the medieval fortress and ramparts, Ston has the world's oldest continuously operating salt works facility. These low-lying salt pans provided most of the wealth for nearby Dubrovnik ...
... Ston) the first population in this peninsula. I stayed for two days in Ston. It is one of the world capitals of mariculture, and paradise of seafood in particular shellfish like clams, oysters, mussels, etc. However, this is not Ston's main attraction: Ston is worldwide famous as the second longest man made wall is here (second to the Great Wall in China). The bus dropped me on the main highway, so it took me an hour walk to reach Mali Ston, the even ...