Riva - Hvar Yacht Harbour Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Our schedule today is based on ferry schedules. We left the hotel this morning at 9:30 AM to go to the town of Korcula to catch the 11 AM ferry. It is a good travel day since it is raining. On the way, Jon gave us a history lesson and brought us up to date on all things Croatian and Slovenian. It is very interesting to learn about the different …
Huge day of travel this past 24 hours...6 hours and 3 train changes from Vernazza to the port town of Ancona (actually 4 train changes we got on the wrong train at Parma but fortunately could get off at the first stop and reconnected with the train we had actually booked on!) in my haste ...lost my hat! My goal had been to keep it until Croatia! Ancona is a "typical port town" however as we explored more we found some very ...
... of what would end up being a big problem for our group. Our boat had to skip our final swim stop and head straight for the city of Dubrovnik. On top of this, several of us had contracted pretty bad colds throughout the week which persist today and have resulted in many visits to the pharmacy.
For our final night, whilst everyone recovered, Tom, Phil and I sought out a cinema to watch the recently released Guardians of ...
... an afternoon/sunset trip. There were 7 people on the tour so a nice small group. We kayaked across the Pakleni Channel which took about 45 minutes and then stopped for lunch and snorkelling, before taking a longer route home - perhaps an hour or so - around the island and again crossing the channel back to Hvar. Certainly gave my arms a good workout! I was the only person in a one-man kayak so there was no rest time for me, but it was ...
... airline to Split we had coffee, wine and a bite to eat while trying to get on the free Internet. Flight was running late and we had a very memorable landing in Split with half the rubber left on the Tarmac. We had a very warm greeting by charming and intimidating customs officer with a big gun and attitude to match. Once through customs we saw our driver Tony with a Raine and Merry sign who looked a bit stunned when he saw 4 of us. Arrived at ...