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... we had to get there somewhat early to ensure we got a spot in the marina. We weren't staying right in Hvar bay, I suspect that comes with a huge cost and when we finally got over there later that night it was evident we would have been fighting against thousands of other boats of every size. Instead we parked up at a little marina called Parmizana which was part of another tiny island that had its own beaches and shops and some amazing big shower blocks. Travis ...
... had a fully functioning gym. All lit up at night, often accompanied by music and their own private party up on deck, so everyone walking past could see how decadent they were!
Hvar town is estimated to draw 20,000 people a day in summer. It is surprising that they can all fit in the small bay town, where 13th century walls surround beautifully ornamented medieval architecture and traffic-free marble streets, but they do. Our accommodation was nothing short of mind-blowing. ...
... long may it continue!
After a quick shower back at the apartment we went into Split old town to have dinner at a place recommended by Kruno and it has to be our cheapest meal yet, get this:
Basket of bread with olive oil
2 x Home made Chicken Cordon Bleu with chips
1 x Beer & 1 x Glass of good red wine
£11.70…Yes you did read that right, not £117.00, no, no, ...
... while it continued to be cloudy and gross outside. With our sea view we could tell the ocean had white caps and there was no sense venturing down to the town in this weather! The one venture to find a market found us getting both soaked AND lost. The next morning we decided to try and make the most of our day here. The rain stopped long enough for us to see Hvar Town's main square, the theatre, cathedral and the Citadel/Fortress that looked ...
... on the beach. The food here is very Italian influenced so we shared some yummy pizza for dinner and got some sleep. The next day we were heading out to the Krka National park which is about an hour out of Split. We got an expensive bus there then paid an expensive entry fee then paid another fee to use the bathroom. By the time we got into the park our wallets were a lot lighter. The park is filled with amazing waterfalls. This ...