Villa Ceres

Dubrovacka 2, Klek, 20356, Croatia | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Klek

Another Passport Stamp

A travel blog entry by moorsey88

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... high risk zones* according to the map – in terms of being somewhat dangerous for climbing. The journey is about 1600 steps. Unfortunately, our visit here isn’t THAT lengthy…and besides, with the rain, the rocks are very slippery! I would love to see this place when it’s sunny and clear – it would be beautiful with the mountains surrounding the town.

Another stop ...

Off to Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by chalmersfamily

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... and then off into the side streets where their apartment is. Steve helped us take our luggage up the 2 flights of stairs and we were shown our very comfortable rooms. We promptly went in search of icecreams and also an ATM where we could get some local currency called Kuna. Steve showed us to the best icecream shop in town – seriously good!!!! – and also his wife Tea’s gallery where they ...

Dubrovnik - Wall-to-wall sunshine!

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... agreed) to take their photo, they said ‘Merci’ As I held the camera up, I said to them in my best ‘Allo, ‘Allo’ accent: Zay Fromage!’ This obviously doesn’t have the same linguistic translation across the channel. I asked her to check the photo, they glanced at the screen, smiled, once again said ‘Merci’ and they were gone, last seen heading toward Candle Kingdom!!!

Keeping an eye on the time, we thought ...

Dubrovnik, Croatia

A travel blog entry by 30sam3

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... books and art objects. Over 4,000 people were killed, more than half of the population. The city survived only because of the many ships and citizens, which were in foreign ports at the time. The cathedral was rebuilt in 1713, and the other treasures restored as nearly as possible. So many of the Latin families had been killed that the population was nearly 100% Slavic, thus the name Dubrovnik gradually replaced ...

Wine tasting in Trstenik

A travel blog entry by emfairweather

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... s night was somewhat tarnished by a visitor. A boat of elderly people was docked near us and one of the old ladies (70-odd) decided to come aboard our boat and chat with us. At first she was kind of funny, but by the end of the night everyone wanted her to leave because she was so incredibly rude. I know I left dinner relatively early due to her antics and I don't think I was the only one!

That's it for Trstenik!
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Location

This hotel, located on Dubrovacka 2, Klek, is near War Photo Limited, Franciscan Monastery, Rector's Palace, and Synagogue.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Ceres Klek

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent