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Setaliste F. Krsinica 102, Korcula, 20260, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Korcula

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A travel blog entry by word-a-day

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... our plans and headed around the coastline, stopping to enjoy the scenery among seaside cottages and grapevines.

As the weather wasn't really making the water look enticing, we headed back to the bus boarding just before real downpour started on-route to Korcula. The togs in our bags weren’t so useful at this stage and we dodged the rain as we ran back into the partial shelter of the city walls, searching for anywhere to stop for a coffee ...

Mljet Island

A travel blog entry by elysetopher

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... into Dubrovnik and went out for dinner where we had the best steak, melted in our mouths. It was a little pricy for our budget but it was money well spent. This morning we got up early to go on a glass bottom boat before we head up to Orebic. Well that was a whole waste of time, you could see the same fish as when we go snorkeling. Chris and I felt like standing up and saying "I think we can all agree that this boat trip is lame and ...

More sailing in the lovely Adriatic

A travel blog entry by diannemurray

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Up before 5am, finish packing, farewell Ursula, and walk with Doug to the ferry. Open for passengers at 5.30am, so farewell Doug and go aboard. Our bags taken and packed near the lower deck door, and we’re directed to upper deck. Settle for full window seat on the sunny side (starboard). Windows are blue-tinted and dirty, so only some token photos. Stop at West end of Korcula, again at Hvar Town. It takes 1 hours to Hvar Town, and ...

Pre-history, wine and olives in Vela Luka

A travel blog entry by shultz

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... flat fields for planting on. We saw a lot of fig trees, grape vines, carob trees, lime trees, some kiwi trees, cactuses growing prickly pears and even a couple of pomegranate trees but by far, the most common plants in the area are olive trees. They are growing everywhere, in people’s yards, in parks and all over the hills and fields. Olive oil is very common here and the locally made olive oil is probably the best olive oil we have ever tasted. There is a large ...

Tower turret cocktails in 'Korchula'

A travel blog entry by emfairweather

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... wrong, and b) it would probably bore you. So instead, check out the pretty pictures and be jealous!

Finally, incase you're wondering what we did in the first half of the day... it is now a few days later and so I can't really remember, but I'm sure it was just sleeping, eating and swimming! We had some dive competitions from the boat, so that's always a bit of fun.

Interesting side note - no sea sickness for Emily as yet! ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Setaliste F. Krsinica 102, Korcula, is near Svetvincenat's loggia, Gorgonia Diving, Kazun, and The statue of pope John Paul II.
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