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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... from Dubvrovnik to Split. We arrived at 7:30 pm and walked to our hotel which is an older hotel ideally located at the end of the harbour. Although it was dark, we immediately fell in love with the place with it's huge yachts, palm trees and exotic feel. It's a popular playground for Croats, Europeans and the rich and famous, world wide. It was a warm evening and after dumping our suitcases we headed out for a ...
... to the location in which the beach party concert would take place the following night. We decided to try and stay by the pool for a bit and enjoy the clear waters and pool bar.
We fell asleep on the loungers and by the time we were set to head back to the apartment for a bite to eat, the sun was on its way down. We got to the supermarket and made the intelligent decision of utilising the cooking abilities and purchasing our food and making it ...
... were truly beautiful. Once down, we had some "Croatian Rollers" which are rolling hill roads, winding through more vineyards and olive trees.
When we hit the coast, we had a several kilometer ride along the turquoise water, ending in a small village that was bustling with tourists. The whole group relaxed and enjoyed some much deserved gelato before getting back on the bikes for the ride to lunch. One of the ride options was ...
... our required tickets to Korcula on Sept 10. We have been told, and read everywhere, that tickets can only be purchased 24 hours in advance. The very kind lady at Jadrolinija ticket window didn't blink an eye as she sold us our required tickets. Now, to get the bus tickets from Korcula to Dubrovnik sorted.... Did I mention how happy I am that we planned an extra day in Dubrovnik before we fly home on ...
... had been expanded due to the flight of refugees. On 11 July, the town fell and Serb forces, commanded by Ratko Mladic, took their dreadful revenge on the townsfolk. Women and younger children were sent packing, in what came to be dubbed "ethnic cleansing". But the remaining men and older boys were executed in cold blood. Some 8000 people were shot dead, because they were deemed to be of fighting age, but primarily because they were Bosnian Muslims. This was not a ...