Bluesun hotel Borak

Address: Bracka cesta 13, Bol, 21420, Croatia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Bracka cesta 13, Bol, is near Marshall Tito's home.
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      Bol Friday 30th May An easy day.

      A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on May 30, 2014

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      ... like houses in Mt Maunganui

      The land between the house and sea in Bol - On a lot of sections their were trees to give protection from the wind and nosy tourists ( I imagine) but not a clear view of the sea. Next time we visit, I imagine the trees will be gone and new houses would have been built.
      Notice the shower for rinsing feet off all the sand on the left in the middle of the small pathway.

      Bol - A small village - ...

      Beach and not much else

      A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Aug 06, 2013

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      ... little while before figuring it out! Apparently you can't just add a sign to your building here. It has to go through and be approved by the council, and they only accept applications once per year.

      Basically, I went to the beach every day all day. It was a rock beach, but the gravel was smooth, so it was more comfortable than normal. I worked on my tan for a few days, and I am now much darker than before.

      Real drama

      A travel blog entry by investa on Jul 13, 2013

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      ... an original and on the contrary I was able to show her emails where I had been told all was in order with my certificate. She started talking about me having to sit a local Croatian Boatmasters course but that could not happen until Monday at the earliest and this was Saturday. My mind was spinning with what to do next. I was imaging having to look for a hotel and sitting a bloody exam in Croatian which I was likely to fail due to the language barrier alone.

      Exploring Split

      A travel blog entry by loogmord on Jun 10, 2013

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      ... from nearby town of Salona (Solin) - they still bring in the water from there today.
      Our guide, a Croatian/American woman mentioned an authentic Croatian restaurant built into the original walls, so we returned there for dinner later that night. We had fillet with figs and plum sauce and parchment wrapped assorted seafood. You can guess who had which!!
      We were home by 10:30 to pack and get ready for our 7am departure in the ...

      Water and Wine, getting outta Split

      A travel blog entry by fruitarefriends on Jul 30, 2012

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      Woo 10 amazing days and 15 more to go. Altho touristy as hell I've met so many boppin peeps in my time here. Spent my Monday at Krka national park. Such an unexpectedly long time to get there but the waterfalls were excellent. Met one cool Rasta type Argentinian on the bus who kindly shared his lunch with me. Was lovely to see a bit of nature and swim right under the waterfalls.

      I also checked out a cute town called Sibernik. Similar to Split but quieter and ...