Hotel Park Hvar
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Vi käkade middagen här, mycket bra.
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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 …
... any of the other 1185 islands scattered along this beautiful coastline!
Like the day before, we could only dock after five in the port, so we anchored in a cove ringed by lush vegetation (and naturists) off one of the Paklinski Islands which shelter Hvar fom the open sea.
Later, we took a water taxi into Hvar town. The girls wandered around the shops and I walked up to the fort that overlooks the town. We had a very good dinner in town and enjoyed some of the ...
... The couch I choose is bordered by lunch tables at the restaurant. When the bar waiter comes to take my order, I ask for a cheeseburger and a beer. He explains that since I am at the bar, I may have a club sandwich and a beer but not a cheeseburger and a beer because the bar menu doesn't list cheeseburgers as an option.
The Radisson Blu hotel uses as it's slogan, that they are the "Hotels That Love to Say Yes." Everywhere it is posted that, "We guarantee you'll ...
Well, as you may be able to tell, am running out of 'clever titles' (as travel pod so nicely asks for!) for entries - so forgive me if they're just named after the place that i'm in!!
So, Split.... well, the bus trip wasn't as horrific as the one down to Dubrovnik - thankfully only half the time - however not enough seats. I always wondered why passengers on the buses were so adamant that you sat in the seat that you ...
... the woman sold it, chunk by chunk. I found myself thinking; I wonder if that intestine is filled with meat. I mean it was so obviously an intestine casing, but what was it filled with? I had to have some.
With little time (or more specifically sausage) to spare, I pointed at the tail end of it, and indicated that I would like half. She cut it in half, and weighed it out. I gave her twelve Kuna, thanked her, and left a ...