- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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Early start to walk out of the Old City & down to the Port, to take the ferry to Hvar Island. Quickly decided taking a taxi was a better idea than walking with luggage! We now know the morning routine that you buy pastries in one place then go sit in an outside caffe bar where they only serve coffee. The port was busy & jackhammers were …
... to us, due to its great seafood and free shots for the people staying at our hostel. I was extremely surprised by seafood. I originally didn’t think I would like some of it (aka the calamari). I had no idea what to order off the menu so I chose the platter that had some sort of fried fish thinking it would taste good no matter what since it was fried hahah. It came with multiple kinds but one of them was the calamari. I was pleasantly surprised by how much ...
... backpack !!! It turns out, whilst our group was upstairs, one of the “*****” had decided to put 1kg of sardines in my bag. I managed to stop it from getting through most of my clothes, but it still stank out my bag. Utterly fed up with their ****, I'd taken the issue to our guide. This is where issues continued to build up, the guide was incapable of controlling them, the guys had complete control over ...
... people, he forgot about the Croats. When he realized , he gave them the land he had been saving for himself. Charming idea but that is how beautiful Croatia is .
Tried a special cheese tonight that is sheep cheese from the island of Pag. The grass absorbs sea salt & when eaten by the sheep, the milk has a sweet but slight salty taste- delicious. The nectarines here are huge & perfect eating at the ...
... of the remarkable Diocletian's Palace, the retirement home of Dalmatian born Emperor Diocletian. Within the walls were many shops, cafes and bars with only 4 entrances placed in north, south, northwest and eastern walls. A light lunch of coffee and pastries was taken on the Promenade before we headed off for a very long walk around the huge marina which held luxury catamarans and yachts of up to 62ft down ...