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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mediteran Podgora
Travel Blogs from Podgora
... to the national park. There is a very large lake (11 km in circumference). At the meeting of the two lakes there is fast flowing tide under a stone bridge. You can float on your back and it pushes you through to the other side (quite fast) where the water is bath temperature. Some of us continued to ride around to a monastery on the lake. We all remembered the large gravel road we had to ride up, to ...
... was dancing. A conga line formed as two Insight tours began to mingle and, as always, that inexplicable need for displays of national stereotyping emerged and soon waltzing Matilda and "Aussie, Aussie, Aussie" could be heard alongside the Canadian national anthem and a quieter contribution from the few Kiwis. After such a raucous dinner, we all returned exhausted to the hotel, ready to move on tomorrow, following the coastline and finishing on a far more peaceful Croatian ...
... from tourism. It is truly beautiful. We are staying in an apartment, which is basic, but clean and very central.
The food we have eaten in Croatia has been the most delicious of our trip. From meats to pizza and pasta, it is prepared with a love of cooking - you can taste the love in the food. Tonight we had pizza and then headed home for bed.
... to doing a tour of your own is the ability to hit up the smaller wineries, instead of the larger ones that are geared towards the big tour groups - unfortunately, we still hit up the more famous bigger wineries, since some of the smaller ones were closed today (being Sunday), and it was our stomachs that did most of the thinking today. It was a bit less of a wine trail today for us, and more of an oyster and seafood gorge fest!
We did manage to find our way off the mainland and over to one of the lovely islands that dot Croatia Dalmatian coast. Korcula (pronounced "Korch-ula") is a beautiful island with another small, walled town. This time we were able to stay inside the old city walls. The instruction for this room was "find the woman selling paintings at the old city stairs and she will help you find me". Mike and I are starting ...