Kalamota Island Resort By Karisma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... squished into the 2 x 1.5m kitchen/dining! Beautiful!
After 3 days the weather started to clear at about 3pm. By 4.30pm it was sunny enough to go down to the beach just below our apartments and sit on our plastic bags on the damp sand and let the gentle sunshine seep into our bones. Blissful!
Good person Phil went off to the old town and walked up and down streets until he had done 1100 steps.
We all met back at home ...
... also a popular area for walking and if you are that way inclined, there is a nudist beach on the south-eastern end (thanks to the guide for that little snippet). The Minceta Tower – was built in 1463 during the height of the Turkish threat. It was originally square, however in keeping up with the times, it was converted into a round tower. Due to its height, it provides a very good view of the old city and the surround waters. We also had a short visit to the ...
... com/) recommended to us by the Hammacks, and backed up by Trip Advisor - GREAT location - right on the water below the castle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lovrijena c) - and we had an excellent amuse bouche, outstanding octopus salad and terrific grilled calamari :-)
After our wonderful lunch we headed right back inside the walls and went through the Franciscan Monastery Museum (http://www.tzdubrovnik.hr/eng/vodic_no ...
Our morning started bright and early today! We rolled into port around 7 AM and hopped on a bus for a tour shortly after. Our tour began with a trip to a local family's home where we experienced how they make olive oil. This was followed by a Croatian breakfast; fresh veggies, prosciutto, homemade bread and olive oil and wine...it was delicious!!! The family hosting us was extremely welcoming and loved bringing us into their ...
... were heading inland. The old town of Dubrovnik is enclosed entirely by city walls and tourists are able to walk along the top of the wall. The walk offers great views of the city and the surrounding waters and islands - just make sure you don't go around mid-day because it gets really hot!
From Dubrovnik, we took a 8 hour ferry to the island of Hvar. Surprisingly, time flew while we were on the ferry - it is extremely scenic with ...