Hotel Park Hvar
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Vi käkade middagen här, mycket bra.
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A 4am start, followed by a £19 cup of tea and coffee ($35 AUD!!) marked our departure from London. We took a 1.5hr drive to Gatwick Airport and from there boarded a British Airways flight to Dubrovnik, Croatia. Along with way we were farewelled by the Fantastic Mr Fox. In the middle of London this fox scooted across the road in front of our …
Let the island hopping begin! With some good advice from friends and after flicking through one of the Croatian magazines we found on a train, our next stop jumped right off the page at us - Hvar! We found a catamaran service that traveled daily to some of the smaller islands and booked a ticket on the mid-morning one - with an hour or so of travel …
... city and head off up to the top of the wall to walk it. Well get to the first flight of stairs and the heavens open up with the biggest downpour and most spectacular electrical storm. Guess who left the umbrella back on the boat? Ok race down and take cover in shop, buy another umbrella and wait for it to pass. Ended up being the best thing really, cleared out the crowds on the wall and we ended up basically having it to ourselves which was great. The ...
... of the week. We went a few times to the spa's in Pest, which are enormous old roman bathing complexes, consisting of up to 17 different saunas and pools. Unfortunately the men only saunas held a large group of elderly naked people, most of which had backs as hairy as steel wool and quiet enviable beer guts. Good fun. We also availed ourselves of Budapests awesome nightlife and delicious beers.
After about 6 nights of solid partying, Nick and I ...