Travels in Croatia – The Island of Hvar

We had to find some accommodation so we went to the tourist information office to see what was available.  The lady at the desk told us that the only hotel available was the Hotel Adriana that had rooms for €280.

This was obviously way beyond our budget and while this devastating piece of news sunk in she skilfully moved in with the alternative offer of a simple room in the town for 400 Kuna (about £50).  This was obviously her sister or her best friend but there was no contest and we took it.

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28 responses to “Travels in Croatia – The Island of Hvar

  1. Nice looking island they should have beaches…

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  2. Some good doors in this gallery

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  3. Your photos are wonderful. Thank goodness you got a better price for a room.

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  4. Wow! So beautiful! Thanks for sharing your photos and experiences.

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  5. Wishing to go in Croatia too. Maybe one day. Great photos anyway.

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  6. Great blog, thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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  7. ah thanks for sharing this. i have a coration friend and will show her this and see what she thinks 😂 👌

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  8. I’ve never been to Croatia but it sure looks like a fantastic country to explore and photograph especially its beautiful islands. I can’t wait to visit one day ☺️ thanks for sharing and have a good day ☺️ Aiva

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  9. Beautiful country nice photography thanks for sharing your work

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  10. I’ve heard so many good things about Croatia. Maybe next year.

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  11. I always want to go to Croatia. I want to taste the beer

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  12. beatricegroves1

    Amazing

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  13. Amazing! Thank you for sharing.

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  14. thegirlthepenthelife

    Those are the sexiest teal doors I have ever seen

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