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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... as a spot to build their important walled city on the northern shores of the island. Therefore, nowadays, thanks to that, we have the most magnificent walled old town of Korcula still preserved and almost intact for centuries; and where you sleep for next 2 nights. Enjoy the scenic south side of the ...
... route to get back to the apartment. It was time for a little rest and go in search for a restaurant for dinner.
Dinner was very close to our apartment – sort of a mid-east flavor where they grow 75% of their own vegetables on organic farms – yum, yum, yum. A word about Croatia prices – very reasonable. We had two courses of food (two appetizers and two dinners), a ½ liter of wine, a bottle of water, and ...
... one of which has sand!
We arrive and sure enough, SAND! Anyone that has been to Europe will understand the significance of this, although it was more like shell grit rather than the fine sand we have at home. This is exciting, beach is a few hundred metres long which is also big here and busy enough with bodies but not packed. We stake our turf and even hire an umbrella and a couple of deck chairs and set in to enjoy our little piece of paradise for a ...
... br> Surprisingly the next day most of us woke up healthy. On our way to our next adventure we sailed around the outside of the old city walls, it was fantastic to see looking up from the ocean.
then we headed of to Sipan, a lovely little town at the end of a long inlet called Sipanska. We backed the boat up to the town wharf which only holds about ten boats, as we were early there was only one other boat there. We ...
... to throw up at the sight of it, she put it down! After lunch she got some cake and we sang happy birthday to her. (Although I felt bad for Charlotte, as it was her birthday the first night, and she didn't get anything!) Not long after lunch we pulled up at our destination for the day, the island of Mljet! It was a very small town, and most of the island was a national park, so it was very natural and beautiful. We walked up to the supermarket where we found a bottle of wine for 30 ...