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- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
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... walk around. We had a nice chilled out day eating ice cream and hanging out at the beach that had a man-made, stone shelf to pull up on instead of sand, kicking balls, taking dives and listening to music. We had decided to buy some cheap beers at the supermarket and hang out before being due back on boat by 7pm for our seafood BBQ dinner. To do something different that night we all boycotted the boat after dinner, heading down to the supermarket to stock up on some drinks ...
... anything because we had no kuna. Kuna is the currency in Croatia. We saw one of the friends mum and Jo made on the cruise and had drinks with her. After that we went back to the boat. We had dinner and now I'm about go to sleep now so I guess this is it for ...
... but I think he is exaggerating. .
Where we are staying it is very local and tiny little lanes with many steps but walking distance to everything. Daz is struggling every time he goes into our accommodation and specially up the steps because they are so narrow and the rooms are tiny especially the bathroom. Anyone taller than 4foot could not sit on the loo.
It is such a pretty picturesque town with lots ...
... on board who kept complaining about us having big bags and using what he thought was HIS bus. I felt like telling him that if tourist didn't come and visit his area they’d have no money but it would have been wasted energy. We arrived just outside the walls of the bustling old town and there were people everywhere. On our way walking into the old town we were approached by a kayaking company that had a good priced trip this afternoon so we decided ...
... Mare and Lari, have a recently renovated home with four rooms above their ground floor apartment. The rooftop patio was ours to enjoy for sundowners and leisurely breakfasts.
Our ferry to Dubrovnik departed from the small dock in Cavtat at 10 a.m. We glided over mirror-still waters, passing a few of the hundreds of islands that dot the southern Dalmatian Coast. After about 40 minutes, we arrived at the foot of Ploce Gate, the waterfront entrance to Old ...