- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Neretva Metkovic
Travel Blogs from Metkovic
... happening place in Hvar and the weather has changed and the suns out and everyone's tanning up at the bar ...sit and watch a guy with the water boots on that pushes you up in the air ...see the photo ...don't know what it's called ...we chill here for around and hour and meet a few of our gang ...then back for some dinner ...mmmm maybe Thai food ...now that would be different ...but just what I need, washed down with a few good local house Reds ....mmm perfect Hvar is ...
... I went out to the other side of the road, whether I forgot where I was or was just trying to avoid the bunch of riders, I don't know but the next thing I knew I was facing a car coming straight at me. I overreacted, braked and ended up falling and skidding along the road nearly going under the oncoming car, hurting my right shoulder and hip in the process. It shook me up quite badly and luckily Grant and Marin were there to get me up ...
... the quant cobbled streets of Mostar, which have an obvious Ottoman/Turkish history to them, complete with a bazaar and minarets and she explains how Bosnia is shaped like the human heart.
Amela talks us through her experiences of the war, of which she says Bosnia was caught in-between the Serbian and Croatian forces. She tells us how she hid in a bunker under her house, whilst it burnt to the ground, how her Dad went out to collect milk one day ...
... stone walls, originally more than 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) long, that surrounded and protected the city of Ston, in Dalmatia, part of the Republic of Ragusa, in what is now southern Croatia. he Walls of Ston were known as the "European wall of China".
Today's agenda included a crossing over the Bosnian border just northeast of Croatia, to Mostar and the Christian pilgrimage site of Medugorje with new pals, Jane (Palm Beach), Tressa (Atlanta), Davi, and Yoli (Canary Islands). We crossed the border into Bosnia about two hours later in the only coastal town of Neum just north of Croatia. Within about thirty minutes we crossed back over into Croatia again and then again for the THIRD passport check twenty minutes ...