Apartments Perkovic

Address: Put Resnika B B, Kastel Stafilic, 21216, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Put Resnika B B, Kastel Stafilic, is near Fortress Kamerlengo, Loggia - Doorway, The City Hall - Duke's Palace, and Palace Cipiko.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApartments Perkovic Kastel Stafilic

Reviewed by evsturk


Reviewed Jul 21, 1943
by (2 reviews) Mawheraiti , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

After attempting to charge us extra for ac they must have felt bad and brought the remote up. No English meant some fun charades although am still unaware of some of what she meant. Great Buffett feed at the local hotel, got kicked out after drinking more than our share of beer, I don't think he understood when we said we were nzers. Great star gazing on the beach. A long way out from split was an fun adventure.

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Travel Blogs from Kastel Stafilic

Sail to Korkula (26)

A travel blog entry by aundraford on Jun 07, 2015

... headed over to the "street party" which was just a bar with an open patio and a projector screen showin what was going on inside the bar. Rob was sitting with Cam, I was with Mitch and Chant was with Scott. Rob made a comment to me about how she didn't wanna be sitting down and wanted to go mingle, so both Mitch and I could tell she wasn't down for Cam. So we stood up and then Mitch just kept grabbing me and pulling me closer to him so i ...

Day 49 - Split, Croatia

A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Nov 10, 2014

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... of the city and harbor were well worth it. And the basement wasn't much more than a stroll past some artists shops set up inside, but cool to imagine how they were once used. It still blows my mind how modern society has integrated it seems into history so flawlessly. For example, right outside my hotel are some obvious walls from another era, another time when this building and others were not here. The people who ...

Port: Split, Croatia

A travel blog entry by tiggertravels on Sep 21, 2014

... facts but she presented the information to us in such a whirlwind, non-chronically ordered way that she had pretty much everyone in a spin trying to follow her "story". You can see the relief on the other participants' faces at the end of the tour. Most were anxious to walk around the town on their own. Since I wasn't much into shopping, I just headed back to the ship for lunch. I still had plenty of time before my free facial appointment so decided to give ...

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A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Jul 27, 2014

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... so we did. Following Antea and her team, learning burlesque with a Croatian singer which I couldn’t understand a single word was definitely not a night I expected to have haha But it was so much fun. After the entertainment, things got serious….the finals of the dog show were starting. We managed to stay for a few rounds before having enough. At one point I was standing behind/half leaning on a pram in front of me, I thought the baby must have ...


A travel blog entry by mattquinlan on Jun 25, 2014

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... and motored out of the harbour. Although it was very windy the sun was out so I did not get too cold. We got out of the harbour about 2 minutes later so we put up the sails and they turned the motor off. It was still windy so we went very fast through the waves. The waves were not that big but the boat still swayed a little bit. After about 1 hour dad came to our side of the boat and Amelia went to mum's side. When we were about half an hour away ...