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With a Tylenol 3 for Ken and wine for both of us, we ended up sleeping quite well. We woke to sunshine over the marina and still a very painful elbow. So, no bike for Ken and we planned on getting the xray at 2pm in the clinic. He hung in the room and I headed to breakfast, which had a large selection of local meats, cheeses, homemade jams and …
After a beautiful nights sleep, we woke to church bells chiming. And chiming. And chiming. Katja had warned us that they rang at random hours and for long periods of time...she wasn't wrong. We heard them starting at 6am, and since the church was right next to our room, we heard them loud and clear. So, we were right on time for breakfast and the …
... complete with a selected bridal party. 3. A Chunder Chart would be kept throughout the week, documenting everyone's vomits. The person with the highest tally at the end of the week was the "winner" and got a free bottle of an absolutely awful 80% alcohol liquor. 4. Anyone who touched their phone during lunch time, which was deemed family time, had to do a shot of prestated liquor. The talk served its purpose, and we were all super excited for the week ahead, toasting the ...
... of getting a bus to Hvar's town Central we opted to share a cab being the cheaper and faster option. The people we were sharing the cab with had already organised a shared apartment with some friends...al and I, no clue.
I asked the cab driver if he knew where we could find some cheap accommodation that was relatively central, haha everyone's dream! "No worries I drop you in the main hostel street"..perfect!
We arrived after a short 15min ...
... we left the front of the church to then check the crypt which lay at the bottom of the building. Leaving the stairs at the front we rounded to the left and went down through a small door that I had to duck to fit into. Through a dark tunnel we wandered and took a right turn down into a small room of about 5m across. Turns out this is the crypt for St Dominus the Roman Emperor tho build this fortress. There was a large concrete crypt but apart ...