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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lumbarda Korcula
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As we woke the following day and stepped out onto the deck we noticed that we were the only boat out of 20 still docked in Mljet. Our late departure was due to the captain not being able to start the boat which thankfully he managed to fix and we got on our way to Korcula (pronounced ko-chew-la). After yet another morning of relaxing and reading Game of Thrones on deck we stopped offshore in a bay while the water taxi arrived to take us all onshore for the scheduled excursions of ...
... här, som till vår stora förvåning bistod med grillad fisk och avlånga, korvformade köttbullar så kallade Cevapcici -
Sedan tillbaka till Marseille med färjor och tåg. Vi tog katamaran-färjan från Korcula till Split tidigt torsdag morgon, nattfärjan från Split till Ancona torsdag kväll och tåg till Genua vid middagstiden på fredagen. Efter att ha övernattat på ett hotell i närheten av centralstationen i Genua tog vi ett morgontåg till ...
... a lot to do with this bunch. We order Goat under the Bell, and Doug and Ursula lobster and seafood, for 8pm (you have to give 2 hours notice). Swim off the quay, and Murray rests and reads in the shade. Comes back to the boat to find Dianne has gone for a walk, telling Doug which direction, as she doesn’t know where Murray is. Murray follows the same way, past the main town along the waterfront, through the Roman Palace ruins and up the hill along the top ...
... starboard side of the ship. They looked like glistening butterflies on the water – it was an incredible sight.
We lunched by the pool and had a generally relaxing afternoon on board – each pursuing our own diversions . . . at least two of us were 'big' casino winners (Ashley at blackjack and Fred winning a Texas Hold’ Em poker tournament - again!)
Today was a perfect ending to our visit in the beautiful country of ...
... the road with the tops of the trees forming an arch across the road. Very beautiful to look at but not really designed for a large bus to drive down. It was a road that two-way traffic normally drove on but our bus took up the entire width of the road and the roof was scraping the tree branches as it passed by. Oncoming traffic had to pull off the road and duck between the tree trunks but one large delivery truck could not fit between the trees and ended up backing down ...