The MirO Studio Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... had lots of legroom, LCD display for games and movies and good food. Even in economy these things are possible. I watched a movie based on a true story called Million Dollar Arm - about a sport agent who creates a competition in India to find a cricket player who can come and pitch in the major leagues. The timing was good as part of the film was shot in Mumbai. The sights, sounds and smells look to be something to experience. We knew we had ...
... We moved the party into the old town square for dinner where the group was spread out over three big tables. I chose lasagne, and it was one of the best ones I've ever had, and Dane had the home made gnocchi, which was unreal! Back to boat, we were all to get ready for the evening. Hvar is the main party island that we'd be visiting so we knew we were in for a big one. We had some pre drinks outside a crowded little bar called Nautical before heading over to a ...
... we went back the next day! This was the first place that we started to see the weariness of the Croats. After long summers of customer service, we had heard that sometimes they can become ‘less enthusiastic’. While we were treated well (it must be our smiles and exaggerated larrikin-ism that tends to happen to us when we travel abroad), we could see them getting frustrated at some of the other tables. I imagine we would too after a summer of working in ...
Dubrovnik had some great views as well. The little shipping areas had streets made of marble. When you order a light lunch in Croatia, you had better bring your appetite. They don't do anything small here. We sampled the Croatian wine which they are known for. It was a light crisp white wine and it was quite good. Dubrovnik is a city built behind a Great Wall. There are any, many steps to what is a very castle like ...
... we were given a large room with separate kitchenette and a balcony with a view. This meant I cooked dinner every night and made Cath rest to recover from her virus. Lots of lean meat and vegetables, and tea with milk in the morning!
We walked from the hotel to the old town, about a 45 minute walk. We took the bus back. Dubrovnik was an independent trading power for a number of centuries until in the early 19th century ...