Hotel Villa Adriatica
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... dad and staying in supertar. After we went to a beach nearby and put our feet in the warmest water ever (it was actually super cold). We had dinner in a small place where I had a very large pizza and then we went for a drink by the beach talking about country names beginning with o,x. Today is Wednesday and we are going on a ferry to the island of Brac where mum and dad went ...
... around a bit more and found a vendor seling charcoal corn cobs. Denny loves them so he and Madi had a cob of corn - so nice to know that Croatia and Montenegro are still resisting the GMO surge and it is safe (we think) to give the kids a cob of corn.
Home again to cook up a lovely fusion meal.... my goodness do we have some new and tasty recipes now...lol and so gratifying to see the kids gobbling up plates of vegetables complimenting us on how ...
... some 'bits and bobs'... apparently bits and bobs means a various assortment of **** you don't need. Haha... sorry Amish. Although in saying that he did come through with a glorious breakfast the next morning when we were feeling pretty shady after one of his famous 'bits and bobs' trips.
We headed down to the beautiful peddle beach in Brac where we bought ...
... meats, olives, figs and other croatian delicacies on tiny bits of bread. After dinner we met up with the group for a cocktail on the top of castle turret. We had to climb up a ladder to reach the top and once up there looking over the edge was really frightening. I ordered a Pina Colada and it was very delicious and potent proving that the Long Island Iced Teas the previous night were in fact watered down! I was tipsy from this one drink and couldnt stop proclaiming how ...
... today they are calling for clouds all day and a good chance of rain. No rain at all for us and sunny almost the entire day. First stop, Pucisca, a nice small village with a U-shaped harbor. This town is known for it's stone masonry school, where they teach the students the trade of masonry and sculpture using the native white stone. This is the island where the stone came from to build the White House. After a cappuccino, we ...