Hotel Villa Diana
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... all of old town whilst you were swimming. So beautiful. That night we went out for an amazing dinner with all of our boat. The waiter kept handing us bottles of wine that the other sail Croatia group didn't use. So we polished that off then went to an Irish bar for a few drinks. We then went out to sky bar and had an awesome night with buckets of cocktails for a very cheap price! The following day once again the stupid engines woke me up but I couldn't be ...
... that could end in a rather serious accident. I somehow did just happen to see quite a few cars at the edge of the road in smashed up condition on quite a few bends!! While heading along the coast road I suddenly arrived at some customs and realised I was heading into Bosnia!! I do remember looking at the map a few days ago and realizing we passed through about 20 or so km of Bosnia but I certainly do not ever remember customs etc on my last visit here.This 20 or so km is ...
... we now had in Dubrovnik a bunch of us decide to make the most of an opportunity and organised a rental car to go to Montenegro the next day.
Tonight was also the Captains Dinner which was held on the boat with a plentiful amount of food for all and a number of litres of wine. The plan had been to head out and indulge in some of Dubrovniks night-life, however the much anticipated weather had finally decided to turn up and with an ultimate show of ferocity the entire city ...
... up to Zagreb. We knew that these few days were going to be travel-centric, but that was the price we were happy to pay to get an extra night in Hvar. It is still pretty and nice to remind yourself that you are traveling through Croatia. Just a bit tiring! Not zombified-tired but I’m-happy-to-sit-in-a-cafe-drinki ng-coffee-tired.
As we make our way out of Croatia we have a list of places that we would like to come back and visit. Next time :-)
On a ...
Split. Nothing like you would expect. Yet, it is all that you would imagine it to be. Confusing? Yes. The people are really friendly and helpful. It is old - the old city dates back to at least the 4th century. The influences of different cultures can be seen everywhere - Italian, Venetian, Greek, Turkish. It's difficult to grasp just what it is to be Croatian. There doesn't appear to be ...