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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... astonished with their psychological abilities to make their life a happy journey, no matters of what they went through and no matters of what is still awaiting them.
Sent home: ‘Hurray! We are not driving today! I discovered that I could not only walk again but also swim and run! With Love, Love, Love from Tucepi! Ula’
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... on Mljet, so we headed for the 5pm car ferry to the island. We are going to spend 2 nights at Stermasi - the top-rated restaurant in Mljet that also has accommodations for overnight guests. Mljet is known as the most low-key of the islands off this part of the Dalmatian coast. Stermasi is located in the town of Saplunara, a remote, secluded area on the rocky coast The family who owns n operates the restaurant also owns a large amount ...
... Only the Adriatic Sea separates their coastlines and travel time is cut in half if you take a boat there. We were on a bus though and had to drive all the way around. The trip there was exhausting. I had so much trouble sleeping. The bus was packed with students. It was a big coach bus too. It had a top and bottom floor. I did eventually sleep for a bit. Everyone had to because we got there at 10:30 in the morning. We didn't get to sleep again until later that night. ...
... it was looking at rocks the entire time :s. After the basemetns we met up with my cousin and one of Petes friends from back home. We chilled out had a drink then went and meet more of Petes friends that he was travelling with- they were all going to a festival in Pula. The day was really chilled and it was good to speak English felt a bit like I was back in NZ. ...
... The drinks! So in Hvar, the party town, we were pretty low key- didn't drink much and didn't go out all that much. Here we may have swung the other way just a little. We tried (and bought home) a really great walnut liquor. We also loved their local port made from herbs, prosek. It was served cold with lemon and only 10 kuna at one of the restaurants. Incredible. We also spent two evenings at cocktail bars just enjoying the music and ...