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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... br> Would I go back to Croatia? I think so, but not in August when it's at the height of their tourist season (we are toying with the idea with coming back for a day next month to re-visit Plitvice in hopes of better weather). Also, I think that if I did return, it would be for a shorter trip. As I wrote, we still had fun here, did some memorable things, and took some amazing photos, but we're definitely excited to move on to our 15th country of the trip, ...
... of the various complexities of the European countries and their various relationships. The nice thing about traveling in Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia is that they aren't part of the Schengen region, which means they don't count against my 90/180 days in those countries. Which is good since I will be traveling for 82 days, which is very close to 90.
Anyways, the hostel is pretty decent. I did laundry last night after ...
Our morning started bright and early today! We rolled into port around 7 AM and hopped on a bus for a tour shortly after. Our tour began with a trip to a local family's home where we experienced how they make olive oil. This was followed by a Croatian breakfast; fresh veggies, prosciutto, homemade bread and olive oil and wine...it was delicious!!! The family hosting us was extremely welcoming and loved bringing us into their ...
... across over the marina and along the massive walls it was the sea of terracotta tiles that really caught my eye, the variations in textures and colours, old and new.
Sitting back in the shade, sipping on a glass of local wine drinking in the vista before me it would have been easy to settle in for the afternoon... We did however have a city to explore and our local city guide had arrived, so reluctantly we emptied our glasses and headed off. Steering us ...
... back into the town. As we came down a rain shower passed through so we dodged from shelter to shelter, and then decided to stop for lunch at an out-door café, which had nice large umbrellas for protection from the rain. We shared a plate of thinly sliced salami and cheese and I had a cold capon salad, while Liz had a bowl of country vegetable and barley soup. We each had a glass ...