Villa SV. Petar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... back out on the bikes into Trogir and rode around the old town. It was great to find our boat Kapetan Jure berthed and getting ready for our tour tomorrow. Some of the boats were huge and were taking on trolley loads of food and supplies for upcoming tours. The crowds were out again and a few market stalls were set up doing brisk business. The inside of the old city was again a hive of activity with people from many nationalities, given ...
... was a second breaker behind the radio that we never checked. Once it was reset we had power. However, it popped again when the water heater was turned on. We guessed the heater element is dying. We told the Moorings folks about our suspicions. We cleaned up, drank a celebratory champagne toast, care of Moorings, went to dinner at the same restaurant we ate at nearly two weeks ago. Varis asked each of us for one great moment during the trip. We mentioned the challenging ...
... too small so we headed for another place 5km north of Trogir. This place had plenty of room and was very easy to get the bus onto as there were not so many trees overhanging the road. It is built on a series of terraces going down to the sea. There is no beach, but concrete has been poured over rocks and ladders built so you can climb into the sea. So next morning we packed up and set off for the Trogir campsite.
... of Nin Statue. Gregorious of Nin was a Croatian bishop in the 10th century and you will notice in our pictures that we are touch the large toe of the statue, which is also much shinier than the rest of the statues body. It is said that touching the shined toe brings good luck (needless to say we didn't win big in the Casino tonight!). We ended the day with a walk to the beach so we could dip our feet the ...
... the Kastels so we figured we'd just go on back to Split so that we could catch the ferry to Milna. We packed up, walked back to the bus stop where we got off the day before, and waited for a bus to Split to come by. We didn't have to wait too long. We hopped on, got to Split in time to get the 11:15 ferry, and were back in Milna by 1:00. All in all, even with the unexpected loss of the car, it was a fun trip, and I was glad I went. ...