Bluesun Hotel Maestral
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I stayed out to drink with the English boys and went to supposedly the biggest club in Europe. I hope it wasn't...it was good. Built in one of the old buildings in the city, but it was not our sort of thing...and it wasn't really packed. We left early.
DAY 5 - MLJET
Day 5 and we had a rough sail again to Mljet. This was also origin day, and we happened to be on a boat filled with Queensland supporters. Even the English lads were supporting ...
... was fresh and made it easier to breathe. After this we ate lunch and then decided to take a swim in the bottom pool of water by the biggest waterfall. We knew the water was going to be cold, but I don't think any of us expected it to be that cold. We finally were able to get completely in, but only once our bodies had numbed enough. It was very "refreshing." We met some other groups from America and hung out with them in the water for a while before getting out to ...
... city blocks through town. The new building was “The Police Judiciary” offices. What the hell!!??? Now what?
There we met with another not-so-happy Magistrate. She had a lot of red lipstick on and her sense of humor off, but her English was perfect and it was easy to understand her. That wasn't the problem, we still just didn't know what the hell was going on.
For some reason she extended our stay by 46 days. She tried to explain it, and I know ...
... sent away tomorrow to people who had brought them in different countries. I was quite sad to think of that, breaking up such a cute family. I guess as the owner she was only seeing dollar signs for her pure breeds. The boys then dropped me back to the hostel (because I would have never found my way back) before they headed out for the night and I (the big sook) went home to bed, ready for my early start to the Plitvice falls tomorrow.
Aussie over and out ...
... except that it is very old and has been held by essentially every past ruler of Croatia at one time or another - the Venetians, the French, the Austrians, and so on. What we do know -- or more accurately what Kim and I know -- is that many of the dragon scenes with Daenerys in Game of Thrones are filmed at this fortress! So we packed a picnic lunch and spent an hour or so wandering around the fortress, exploring and taking pictures of where we hope ...