Riva - Hvar Yacht Harbour Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... detect any movement on the patio, couldn't see anyone sitting at the somewhat hidden tables. Nevertheless, we sat, listened and clapped like everyone else until the Killers came out with a perfect rendition of The Rolling Stones, Satisfaction. Too perfect were these killers - on the way back home I fed Elenka a couple of forkfuls of crow. She said that at least she'd gotten me out of the apartment.
The old part of ...
... find out whats wrong but Dinas mum thinks either a small pelvic fracture but most likely a groin strain. Goes quite nicely with my sprained ankle and pulled calf muscle from running up mountains in Montenegro. Anyway, when we made it to the town we couldn't understand why there were so many people given the few that were around during the day.
Obviously this place was all about the night life and bar occupancy, so we sat down on a bar by the marina and had ...
... and small vineyard. The couple offered us some homemade grappa and then wine from their grapes. Since many were done biking for the day, it wasn’t hard to enjoy their beverages! They also made some delicious salads and homemade pastas with veggies from their garden. Sitting on their patio with amazing food was a wonderful way to end my favorite day of biking out of all our trips. The route, the views and scenery were just ...
... is amazing and creates a great atmosphere. We saw Romeo and Juliette which commenced at 8:45pm and finished at 12:30am....even though we were all very tired it was sensational. 7 September We bid Rod and Maureen farewell as they continue their travels around Italy together. With now only 4 of us we were off to Bled for the next 3 nights. A pic of the map is included. It was a long trip on the train from Verona to Venice then a change for ...
... powerful. It is the fate of the slaughtered, to become a wall full of smiling, ordinary, innocent faces, unwittingly and tragically hurled to death and permanent exhibition.
The opposite end of the room shows a twenty minute documentary on a loop that tells the story of the Srebrenicia massacre, a startling and awful account that creates a numb silence upon its completion.Two testimonies stood out amongst many grim stories. One lady recalled being parted from her ...