Waterman Svpetrvs Resort
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
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I had contacted Angela from Footsteps in Croatia back home. I found her through Google, I think or possibly Croatian Traveler (if you plan to visit Croatia , you MUST look up Croatian Traveler, I couldn't have planned this trip without that site). We emailed back & forth a few times so she could tailor the hike to our abilities and ...
... the main parts of old town, taking pictures of some lighted night scenes. We returned home and I spent until midnight updating this blog. July 1: Happy payday for most of us - we have some more money to pay for the trip. We met at 8:00 am and immediately went for the walk around the city walls. It is a complete circuit of large stone battlements and five forts. It is about 1 1/4 miles long and cost 100 kuna a person. We avoided the heat and much of the crowds. It provided great views ...
... headed to the cable car to go up the mountain, again with the other few thousand people however decided not to wait in line for the 1 to 2 hours. We took one last walk through the old town, had a coffee and cake, brought a water colour painting of the town walls done by a local artists, wine, beer and biscuit and cheese to go with our pre dinner drinks before heading back to our ...
... lilo (is this the correct word, I feel like I'm talking about a Lindsay Lohan doll - I'm not) and relaxed in the sea. Megan would tell you the great thing about Croatian beaches is that there is no surf so you call easily just float around on an inflatable lilo and chill, I would argue that is precisely why they are boring. Within 10 minutes I was asleep under a ...
... very dry and rocky with low, scrubby undergrowth. Mountains and hills are quite barren, particularly near the top and a heat haze fills the air. Food is quite difficult for Liz, as there are few coeliacs in Croatia and we are unable to read the language on labels. Although we have the wording for "gluten free" in Croatian, we have not found it on any foods so far, so Liz is filling up on 'safe' foods at breakfast time and eating fruit during the day. Generally ...