Punta Hotel (Dalmatian Riviera SPU/ZAD)

Address: Grura Niskog 1, Sibenik, 22211, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Grura Niskog 1, Sibenik, is near Main Square, Old Castle (Stari Grad), Grgur Ninski, and St. Nicholas Church.
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Krka National park and Split

A travel blog entry by browne2014 on Jun 28, 2014

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... built at the Krka national park just 2 days after the first one ever to be built located at Niagra Falls!! Also, the first 'tie' ever created came from the Croatians and was originally named the Crovata. It was part of the traditional men's clothing and worn as a pic of cloth tied around their neck. The French have their own version of the name, which is Cravat. Sarah: As Madeline said, we saw Suzana and went to the park. We saw a woman ...

Split, Croatia - Day 4

A travel blog entry by coznlinda on Sep 11, 2013

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Ok. I just want to level with y'all. Erb isn't a story teller. Don't expect miracles here. Just the facts m'am.

We intended to leave Dubrovnik at 8 am. My bag is now 10 lbs heavier than when I started.....it's all in how you pack apparently because I didn't buy chachkas in the Old Town. Departed through the Ploce gate and can you believe Linda's still snapping photos in Luza Square. This time with no heads in the way because it's o'dark hundred in ...

Sretan Put!

A travel blog entry by tablefortwo on Aug 29, 2013

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... Croatia, King Tomislav, we take off to the little town of Vodice, where we are staying. The town is picturesque- olive and fruit trees everywhere, boats in crystal blue water and small islands in the distance. I love this place. We go to the beach for a bit and then stop by his cousin Oliver’s house. Oliver and his wife Ivana invite us in for some of their homemade wine, which is surprisingly good. Duda stays at the apartment ...

Upgrades, road signs and a great evening

A travel blog entry by nicimarshall on Jun 17, 2013

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... It's absolutely gorgeous- gothic style but unique in how well lit it is. There are windows around the entire dome and alone the sides making the white stone bright and airy. In addition, the chapel has a built in baptistery that was incredible. A simple room with a stone basin but the ceiling and walls have incredible and very beautiful carvings. I often don't like anything ornate but the monochromatic stone takes something from being perhaps a bit gaudy ...


A travel blog entry by susanf81 on Jun 16, 2013

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... the middle of the ocean... apparently this is where the young monks were sent for a year to see if they could last in confinement as a test to their longterm commitment as a monk.. so interesting!!! Next stop lunch.. and we are starving... we stop off at this little place, and they serve us up a shot of Grappa first (of course), then meats cheese's breads and olives.. traditionalCroatian food!!! Oh yes and wine.. we start chatting to a few of the other's ...

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