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... by the rustic appearance of the area. All the buildings were built with local stone, and the late evening sun made the warm hues of the limestone shimmer. As we approached the church, a trio of older women tempted us with offers of wine tasting and lavender. We purchased a few posies of lavender and continued exploring. Behind the St. Helena Church, a path led down to a grouping of dilapidated stone houses, overgrown with vegetation, in various states of dramatic ...
... of money all the way along to Carpe Diem.
As you approach probably the most famous club in Hvar you start to mingle with a young polished crowd spilling onto the street. Reserved areas, bottles of vodka/champagne, people dancing on tables, guest lists are all standard here. It’s free to get in but the drinks are expensive, still nothing on London prices though, feeling a little flush and looking to fit in we went for a cocktail :o).
... I got up and headed up Marjan hill, with idea of walking around before it got too hot. The walk was pretty nice, with not tooo many stairs and a beautiful view out over Split and the surrounding coast, After reaching the top, I headed down and walked around the marina which had some nice views back in to the Split waterfront. After grabbing do e food from the bakery, it was time to head back to the beach and spend a few more hours relaxing by ...
... Wheeeeeee! We spent the rest of the day on the beach and ate dinner at the hotel, and had a chick flick movie night with lots of good chocolate from the duty free on the ship.
Sunday we went to mass at St. Domnius cathedral, shopped a little more, and hit the beach one more time before getting on the ship home.
Best weekend ever and I cannot wait to go back to Croatia someday! ...
... s market just outside the walls of Kotor.
Then we drove on to Budva. The drive was really stunning with the magnificent mountains. We saw the hotel where Casino Royale was filmed before arriving in Budva. Again, a walled city, we stopped in for a wander before making our way to the newer part of the town for kebabs and a cold drink.
Then it was back on to the bus back to Dubrovnik. Whilst Montenegro looks a lot like Croatia, this tiny ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking