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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the server said I could still have it and that they would just half everything they gave us. So I got one sea bass, a bunch of mussels, three squid and two shark steaks. It was amazing!!! I even got Kata to try some of the shark and she liked it!
After dinner we walked around old city for a while then returned to our room to pack up all our laundry so we could hit the road again the next day
... of the passengers off the absolutely enormous cruise ship we saw on the way in. My instincts are to run and hide: well actually they are to commit mass murder but I appear to have left the AK47 back at base. In the event we found our way through the seething mass of bewildered visitors following guides carrying white umbrellas. Unfortunately more than one guide had the unique idea of using a white umbrella, There will be fun later and ...
... We are getting spoiled by the great hospitality of all of these hosts. I had asked them to help me find a restaurant for Phil's birthday dinner and they suggested the perfect spot!!! The restaurant was called Above 5 and is situated on a tiny terrace at the top of a five story building that overlooks the entire city. It only has 10 tables and every seat offers panorama view of the buildings and sea below. Our dinner was romantic and ...
Today was our Second day at sea. The big bonus of this particular cruise, for us being first time cruisers, was the minimal time we spent in total at sea. It meant we could visit plenty of different ports/shore excursions and if we didn't enjoy being on the ship there was only 2 full days on the water. (Fortunately this was not an issue!!) We have both thoroughly enjoyed the cruise and would seriously consider another one. We ...
... Mare and Lari, have a recently renovated home with four rooms above their ground floor apartment. The rooftop patio was ours to enjoy for sundowners and leisurely breakfasts.
Our ferry to Dubrovnik departed from the small dock in Cavtat at 10 a.m. We glided over mirror-still waters, passing a few of the hundreds of islands that dot the southern Dalmatian Coast. After about 40 minutes, we arrived at the foot of Ploce Gate, the waterfront entrance to Old ...