Hotel Sveti Kriz
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... narrower than our boat. It was the last space available, so we didn't complain, though the docking was challenging. Lots of bumpers were used between our boat and the boats on either side of us. I am the "lazy line" guy, which is a fixed line used to align and fix the bow of the boat. The stern is backed up perpendicularly to the dock, with a line from each side of the stern affixed to the dock. There are many young people import tonight as part of the Peace Fleet, a ...
... music, watching the sun go down. The sound is slightly reminiscent of the noise whales make. When the sun set, the Hailing the Sun lit up. The lights change and ripple across under the glass surface.
We had remembered to cover ourselves with insect repellent as Croatia is alive with sandflies.
It wasn’t as difficult to leave the site as it was to get in. There was no car on the corner this ...
Prague. Oh what a beautiful city. Our hotel was in the middle of the city beside the main old bridge (Charles Bridge). But the best part was being with Josh and Tash. It was a very special time. We flew to Split with no problems, surprisingly enough. We went out to the island of Hvar which was beautiful. Our next adventure was to catch a local bus to Dubrovnik. It wasn't as bad as expected as it ...
... up. It was not a toll road at all. It was a passport checking station. We handed the guy in the booth our passports,he scanned them and asked where we had been. I figured he was curious about which countries we had visited (for security reasons) so I rattled off all the countries. The guy laughed a little. Turns out he just needed to know that we'd come from Dubrovnik! After he was done with our passports we drove up to the next guy. We handed him our passports too. He looked ...
As stated in my previous write up of Split, we opted to go to Trogir for a short day trip at the expense of Salona. I think this was an excellent choice. Trogir was wonderful, the old town is technically an island as their is canal that cuts it off the shoreline, weirdly reminded me of a combination of Oxford and Stratford but on the coast. With a nice Bell Tower, monastery ...