Hotel Villa Adriatica
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... my side of the boat spent most of the ride home getting soaked by it as the wind had picked up in the afternoon - we looked very funny as we finally got off the boat!
Subterranean structures - one of the surprisingly interesting sites was a visit to the basements of Diocletian's Palace right under the main shops along the waterfront. He was Roman Emperor around 300AD and, aside from some innovative governing he was the only Emperor ...
... 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 ...
... areas near the top but the noise was always present.
At the top of the Falls there were a series of old buildings along with stone channels and flumes directing the water to and past them. Some of the buildings were mills, with grinding wheels used to make flour, while others were used for washing. In several of them there were folks demonstrating crafts such as weaving and blacksmithing. The park is also a rich source ...
... a little settlement comprised of a beach and a couple houses; Jelsa, a larger town with a historic centre; Vrboska, with the prettiest beach I saw, rocky and populated by a naturist camp; and Brusje, a village I didn't spend any time in, but rather around it for the lavender fields and crazy views of the island from big heights. I didn't see a single person in or around Brusje for about 45 minutes on the roads, and the ...