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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Was supposed to be able to get tickets from 7am for the tender to Santorini and Mykonos. I was there at 6.50, and they were already giving the tickets out - should have been earlier! I got on the 1st one for Santorini cos I was a single, but only on the 5th one to Mykonos at 9.15pm. The first one was at 8pm - it will be dark by then anyway, so maybe not the end of the world.
For some reason I thought we were also in Mykonos until tomorrow afternoon, but ...
We have parted ways with Lady K and our amazing crew to roadtrip from Pula to Tivat! Few hours a day, and spontaneous accommodation is just what we need after 3 luxurious & lazy weeks on a super yacht in the Adriatic Sea! First night: Zadar Second night: Split More updates soon! Smiths ...
... made the return visit it Split. Old Town of Split is built on and around the spectacular Roman Palace erected by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. We did a walking tour through the cellars that are still very well preserved and offered a good idea of how life in the palace was organized. Today the cellars were being used to showcase wineries and cheeses and were filled with a lot of locals selling their wine. Very neat! We got bored with the tour and decided to hand in ...
... I were intent on renting a car in order to explore other parts of the island to develop a walk. One of the challenges of using a ship program as the base of our itinerary is maximizing time in port, and finding transport to do that. It was Sunday, and we learned from Alex, our cruise director, that there are no car rental agencies in town. This surprised us since we’d been in neighboring Korcula the evening prior and saw multiple opportunities there to rent scooters ...
... go, this one was simply stunning! The waterfalls were simply breathtaking. My tour guide described it perfectly when he said it was like being in Avatar- it was indeed.
One last thing I have to note about Croatia is of course the men. Walking into the smoke filled club was a revelation: There are still tall men on this planet! I don't think I saw one guy that was shorter than me whilst walking through the crowded room. ...