Hotel Vrilo

Postira, 21410, Croatia | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn is located in Postira.
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    Travel Blogs from Postira

    Second trip out of Postira

    A travel blog entry by cdennison on Oct 02, 2013

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... about 6k today to avoid the hilly parts ;)

    Tonight we had dinner on our own and chose to go to "Toni's" in the village of Dol. He roasted lamb on a spit, there was also sea bass, and a local balkan dish called Cevapcici (basically ground meats & spices, shaped into sausages, served with Ivar, a yummy eggplant sauce. Will try to replicate this at home.


    Day 6: The Saga Continues

    A travel blog entry by fwd_deployed on Oct 07, 2012

    9 photos

    ... Drazen.

    Of course, the roadtrip to Split was as crazy and comical as the previous roadtrips. We made it to Split by late in the evening. Found a great apartment rental in the city center (apparently that is the only way to go in Croatia...screw the hotel rooms). Relatively active night despite the off-season due to a Croatian holiday the next day (Monday). Went to a discoteque, which once you get Mario going, he won´t stop. Danced till about 5am.


    Full day of riding Brac island

    A travel blog entry by pmcroatia on Sep 25, 2012

    6 photos

    Today our biking took us to a small village where we visited a stone carving school. Brac island is almost completely limestone and it is a specialty on this island... Mary and I also got up the nerve to swim in the sea, which was freezing! We then ventured on to an even smaller village to try some ...

    Sun, sea and Split

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Nov 10, 2011

    5 photos

    ... houses and baroque churches interweave within, through and around one another in a timeless dance that is stunning but hard to grasp.

    To the north-west lies another old part of the city – the first area to spill out of the safety of the city walls. It grew around the bustling fish market just outside the city walls and has engulfed the market with a chequerboard of neoclassical streets and lanes. The fish market continues, perhaps smaller, but still noisy and ...

    They'll be Riding Down the Mountain when They Come

    A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Oct 09, 2011

    67 photos

    ... it was cold and slipped and landed a whole foot in (with shoe and sock on). It really wasn't that cold, warmer than the outside air. We had a light lunch (big bowls of lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, shredded cabbage, tuna, cheese - that we all dipped out of) prepared for us at a tavern. It was small with three long tables that we filled. The walls are all of stone ( as is every building we see) and it just felt very cozy. After lunch we learned of the reason for the light ...