Marko Polo Hotel
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Our arrival at Hotel Marco Polo was introduced by advising us we were one of five guests in the entire hotel, and by the way we have a wedding party coming tonight, and it's not like a NZ wedding - it will go all night. We had visions of limited sleep, especially when we met the wedding party leaving the old town in their cars. Think my big fat …
... at Easter and one other day of the year, in honor of St Theodore. How lucky were we to be there on the one other day! It was so great to see the flickering candles and people of all ages walking slowly along in the procession, following in the tradition of their ancestors. Some of the men were really struggling carrying the heavy candles; the heaviest weighing close to 80kg!! This man given this honor is allowed to stop and ...
... where they would store your stuff for $3.00 per bag. This is a great little business and wonderful for tourists. (And, since we booked our transfer to Dubrovnik with this agency, they only charged us for two bags – a bargain!!)
Once free, we are off. We circled the entire east waterfront with its cafes, old structures, cool breezes, and stunning views – all atop the old city ramparts. Makes you want to stop ...
... lots of marble, a beautiful twin pool out on a patio overlooking the ocean and a posh restaurant. I don’t know what the rooms are like in the main part of the hotel, but rooms in the annex are very comfortable.
So far Korcula has been my favourite place on the tour, and it's great that they designated the "free day" on the tour here. I would have liked one more day just to relax and explore, but I guess that will have to wait for another trip.
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We grabbed some fresh fruit from the side of the harbour, had breakfast and we were soon on our way, setting sail (or at least humming along with the motor) with the ...