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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was first settled by Neolithic people thousands of years ago. Over the years it has been invaded by hundreds of different cultures, battles fought and lost. It is also claimed that Marco Polo was born in Korcula. The house where he was born is under the protection of the Korcula town hall and will soon be turned into The Museum of Marco Polo. (This is what the people of Korcula claim, however, historians and Brendan are sceptical because of the lack of ...
Our next stop in Croatia was Korcula, an island just barely up the road from Dubrovnik (which was just barely up the road from Montenegro – why we got to stay in town until 11 pm! Only a few miles to travel each night). I just could not get motivated in Korcula. The town is the rumored birthplace of Marco Polo and that seems to be their claim to fame. From the boat, it looked beautiful enough, but after Dubrovnik, it just didn't seem to impress me. I took my time in ...
... ourselves that we hadn't taken our swimmers though that didn't pose a problem to some who were sunbathing.A rocky beach of course - no sand - but smooth stones. Today we have walked about 16kms around a beautiful cove and the a 2 km ascent to a village and nature path.Loved the cove and the scenery. Tested a few figs and pomegranates on the way. Tomorrow we put the car on a ferry to the mainland and on to Dubrovnik.
... canoes I teamed up with our driver Andrej and it wasn’t long before we were on the water and making our way across the lake to Saint Mary Island. I must say it is much harder paddling with a single blade paddle (we use paddles with 2 blades for kayaking) and it took a bit of getting used to. It was at this point that I was ever so glad I was in a canoe with Andrej for when we turned to glance behind us we found everyone was having trouble ...
... des nouvelles lois. Pour vous dire ce qu’il faut faire, il faut que je suis les textes ». Elle prend un gros dossier. Elle l’ouvre. Elle tourne les pages. Il y a beaucoup d’annotations à l’encre bleue et soulignements. Elle sort aussi nos deux dossiers.
« Bien, il faut que vous ayez un compte en banque en Croatie. Il faut que vous y mettiez 2000 kune (€ +/- 278) pour chaque mois que vous voulez rester. La banque va vous ...