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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Eden Podstrana
Travel Blogs from Podstrana
... It was built to raise the palace itself above sea level. Lots of artifacts reflecting daily life including the pipes bringing in fresh water and a mill that may have been used to press olives or grapes. Crowds are greatly reduced since most tourists have gone home but we still see big cruise ships in the harbor. They disgorge passengers during the day so major tourist attractions get impacted periodically. Weather is gorgeous--similar to northern Cal weather in Sept. and ...
All good things come to an end, and I have rescheduled my return to Switzerland via Italy and France instead of Austria and Germany.
I left the City of Hvar early morning and rode the twisty road back to Sucuraj to take the ferry back to the mainland. I arrived behind a queue of cars 500m long, all wanting to get onto the ferry. I filtered through the lot of them (That's the advantage of riding a motorbike) and got ...
... skin, crystal clear green in more shallower depth and a RCA blue in the darker water. I loved swimming in it and recommend Croatia and it's beautiful islands as a must see destination for a holiday. After spending a day in Dubrovnik last year I wanted to return here, I was surprised it was soon and very happy to be here. Apart from the agitated man when. I was doing tai chi, locals seem reserved but friendly and happy to have tourists ...
... very hard to catch the fish. We went back to the boat and put on our shoes so that we could walk on the rocks without hurting our feet. We then got back into the water and swam to the rocks. We found lots of different rock pools very easily and found lots of interesting rocks for example I found a rock with a hole through the centre that I stuck a stick through. We also found an old tyre, a rope which tom thought was a snake, a net and some ...
I'm a bit behind, but lets see if I can get everything up to speed in two entries.
I got into Split as I mentioned and found a room in a hostel. Got up in the morning around 8:30 and was ready to head out around 9:30 or so. I discovered that the bus to Dubrovnik takes over five hours, so there was one leaving at 2 and then the next was at 3:45. I figured the 2 pm one was the more reasonable option fro getting in at a decent hour, ...