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too many days in Hvar

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We are scheduled to be visit Hvar for three nights in October. I am concerned that it will be too cold to enjoy the island for so long a time. We will be in Split for two ngihts before, and when we leave Hvar we are going to Plitvice Park for two nights, thenon to Rovinj.

Does anyone have an ideas to help us? We could leave Hvar one night earlier and stop somewhere else on the way to Plitvice. I guess we could also stop onenight before Spit, and change all three reservations.

I need to take care of this soon, as we are leaving next week, so the less chnages the better!!

Thank you,
Alison

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