Bluesun Hotel Alga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We were supposed to stay at Makarska town but when we drove there that evening and saw ocean of people walking and eating at sea view restaurants, we didn't even stop but kept driving until we found a little, quiet place with long beach – Tucepi.
It’s so little that you can't really find any information about it in the travel books which is totally fine as you can explore without the pressure of seeing 'must see things ...
... br> We then set out at 8.30am for Korcula. It was a beautiful day and the weather was perfect but the breeze was, once again, on our nose so we couldn't sail, motoring again.
We hadn't got far out of port before Jan lost her hat overboard. Marty Pardoe was steering the boat at the time and skilfully reversed the boat back to retrieve the hat.
Graeme Mitchell just about fell overboard trying to pick it out of the water however succeeded.
A grand night out in Korčula
Notre destination, après Hvar, était Dubrovnik. Nous avions tellement entendu de choses au sujet de la Perle de l'Adriatique que nous lui réservions un paquet de jours et que nous ne nous attardions pas ailleurs. Mais, saison désespérément basse oblige, le ferry faisant le trajet jusqu'à Dubrovnik ne fonctionne pas! Le plus loin que nous puissions aller par bateau est la petite ville de Korčula, au bord de ...
... band (felt likes bit of a celebrity or something saying that!) He couldn't do more for us lol! Opened up the bar for us just cause we know pleSKA! Lovely place though, really quiet sweet little town along a riverside. The venue sat right by the water with tables going right up the front. Got chatting to the manger and relaxed there till the gang arrived. Later that evening... after many drinks, pizzas and jim beam being ...
There are more than 100 islands in the Adriatic Sea and Korcula (KORCH-oohla) is one of them. The ferry trip from Split to Korcula took 6 hours. It was a beautiful sunny day when we departed and with a gentle following sea the trip was very nice. The Liburnja was a car and passenger ferry with enough room for about 100 vehicles and plenty of room to walk around. We stopped at the largest island, Hvar on the way. Once off the ship at Korcula we very quickly found our way to our sea ...