Hotel Priscapac Resort & Apartments
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... of the hotel. The rooms were very comfortable and probably renovated fairly recently. The room used an electronic key which had to be placed in a slot in the wall to activate the electrics in the room, a practice which seems to be more and more common in European hotels. There was a balcony overlooking the water (albeit with a few obstructions), which was nice.
After our familiarization walking tour, I went into the old town and after checking ...
... jam) once. Who ever thought of putting those 2 ingredients together, except maybe Elvis. So having some toast with pb was lovely.
The water on the beaches and around the port areas in Croatia is the cleanest and clearest I have ever seen. They don't allow fishing around these areas unless you have a boat, and you can actually see the fishes swimming around. The lack of sand takes some getting used to, as you have to find a flat rock to sit on or ...
... It can all be yours for the rock bottom price of 850,000 Euros. Per week. Plus expenses. We've also looked at the unfortunately named "Told U So", which at just 45 meters, only has a staff of 12 and only costs 400,000 EUR/week to charter. All of these vessels are so incredible, and looking in their windows at night is pretty fun. The Told U So actually followed us from Korcula to Hvar, so we feel like we are basically getting the same trip, and at less than than 1/100th the ...
... was a larger ferry which meant the upper deck was open- lying on the wooden deck was almost as good as sun bathing at the beach! The ferry took us to Sorba, a good twenty minute drive away from Polace where we were staying. Thankfully the tourist office was wrong in telling us we would have to rent a car or pay over $45 for a cab. We caught a "tourist bus" for about $8 each. The island of Mljet is known for being the greenest Island in the Adriatic, and said by some to be ...
... around Old Town... a couple of times. It is very quaint, tons of great views, but pretty small and pretty quiet. We grabbed a fairly generic dinner at a cute restaurant before getting groceries and heading back to our itty bitty apartment for the night.
The next morning, we headed to a travel agency to book a boat for the day, then went to the boulangerie for breakfast. We packed up our beach stuff, and I grabbed an ice ...