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- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... back to our boat ...we go round the corner of this mountain and there way down is the cutest old village on the water ...oh that's our home for tonight !! So gooooood to get to the boat to wash off the concrete dust ...OMG ...never thought a shower would be so good ...fresh as now ....and its drinks on the back of the boat while we regroup to sort where and what to do. Ness and I decide to wander the cutest town ever ....**** did we actually do a ...
... on this day with this group was so much fun, everyone had some sort of flotation device to be noticed in the water among other croatia sail groups. My floaty ring was bright green...along with the colour of my bathers :D it was in the water that I bonded with a top bloke called Kevin from Brisbane; 26 and full of enough banter and jokes to entertain an army. He quickly decided that he would swim underneath most of the girls and attack their legs and pretend to be a ...
... is down hill, steep stairs and along the waterfront to a quaint little port area and piazza with tourist traps, I mean shops, ice cream shops, bars, restaurants and people watching spots. We had a look in a couple of shops and then found a seat in a bar and had Rad and I had a cocktail and Peter had an espresso. We had already had our 2nd ice cream for the day. We people watched for a while before walking further around the waterfront and then ...
... bus that would take us to Dubrovnik in the morning. Unfortunately at this time of year the bus and ferry timetables are drastically less frequent compared to peak times and this worked against us on this occasion. All over the internet yesterday I had found that there was a bus tomorrow at 3pm to Dubrovnik which was going to allow us a rest tonight, and some time to explore Korcula in the morning. Disappointingly the girl at the bus station informed ...
Today Pete and I headed off to Split. We had lunch on the rooftop of the Joker Building then headed off the Diocletians Palace in the old town. Diocletians Palace was built by Emperor Diocletian in the fourth century AD. It is UNESCO and a massive importance for Split. We went down into the basements of the palace which was cool to see how they were set out ...