Hotel Villa Adriatica
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Adriatica Supetar
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... for the night, and once again we were ferried to a restaurant for dinner via the rib. Dinner was a bit of a shambles with this tiny restaurant trying to handle the 40+ orders for our Medsailors group; but the food and cocktails were nice! We stayed up late back on the boat drinking and playing cards as it was our final night together and Megan and Bekah had to leave early the next morning to make their flight back to ...
... really powerful. On the last day we had booked a rent-a-boat. We were very excited. Charlie bought a fishing line and snorkel. However, it turned out that neither of us had very good sea legs and with hindsight it was probably a little ambitious. The waves would hurtle into our tiny boat and send it rocking. Whenever we stopped the wasps would attack us in their hundreds. The wind was at 10knots. Charlie started to feel sea sick and then he cut himself on the fishing ...
... What an amazing week!
We had a really great group of people on the tour, which made our week. It's a worry when you are all crammed with thirteen other people in very small surroundings, especially on a boat, where you can't easily get off. You really want to get along with the other people, especially as these sort of situations can test the strongest of friendships. In a way, I think it's better to go on trips with people you don't ...
On the island of Vis we are treated to excellent local cuisine at a local family vineyard in the hills. They picked us up and took us to have dinner overlooking the vineyard. The meat loving Tim is a convert - the zucchini is grilled over coals and smothered in olive oil, garlic, and salt. Zoe has the best lamb she has ever tasted! ...
... He gives us the package. It looks clear. He says please lets have coffee before we go. We chat about Australia and Croatia and his job leading extreme sports tours in Croatia. Every time we change islands on this trip we have to travel via Split. Please meet me for coffee again he says. We walk past the procession several times. It is the bishops, priests and nuns walking with families and individuals accompanied by rousing hymns being broadcast over loud speakers ...