- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... bar for the night. It was also hilarious for us dripping freezing 18 Aussies trying to get a table for dinner! We ended up eating take away pizza in a little shop. Turned out to be cheaper and quicker! The next day I woke up at 6am from the boat engine and struggled to sleep from the boat rocking and our room creaking. However the weather was beautiful and we sat up on the top of the boat watching the panoramic views. Finally we had a swim stop and it ...
On the way from Dubrovnik to Obrovac we decided to make a stop in Split for the day. It was unfortunately overcast making the sea shore rough and windy. Regardless we made our way to the old town to see the ancient roman buildings which make up a large part of the beautiful city. We did a little souvenir shopping and got a delicious lunch from a 250 year old restaurant before making our way ...
... however the city has expanded well beyond these walls now. Diocletian's Palace, which is one of the first discoveries of the city dating back approximately 1,700 years, is most notably a main attraction of the city, has been re-built several times and now acts as the foundation for several apartments buildings, restaurants and shops. There are three gates leading into old town, which were previously three entrances to the city; ...
... that maybe I ate too much. After a 5 course meal of amazing Italian food and some red wine, Rosie and Ashee were feeling tired. We went to our parents cabin to rent a movie, Rosie picked the 5 year Engagement. That movie is weird, okay? We didn't watch the whole movie since there was a dance performance by the production dancers. It was a masquerade dance in the grand foyer which was super cute. Tomorrow Ravenna on a Sunday. Whomp Whomp
... 5pm back in Hvar, which really seemed to have a lot to see, so we didn't have much time to explore. We did get up to the Venetian fortress for some panoramic views, but aside from that, not much. Previous cruise itineraries had 2 nights here, but being the start of the season and not much going on in Stari Grad, it might've been better to keep the 2 nights in Hvar town. The night ended off wonderfully, lounging back late at night admiring the stars in the clear night sky,