CampingIN Pineta Umag
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ljubana to venice! So excited in italy im going to attempt to learn the language here!! Im excited before i leave italy i wanna try a vegan pizza for haley!!! Just have to learn to say vegan in italian!! Walking tour gondalaafter it was canceled shopping, watched a man blow a glass horse. Dinner vegano gelato, couscous spinach salad veggies. Book shop with georgia thenback to the boat to bus to hotel got jumper to ...
Arrived back to Zagreb from Plitvice to be greeted by rather cold weather. Bus ride was ok. My apartment for the night is ok, but lacks wifi.
A short walk to the bus station to take the bus to Trieste, Italy. This bus has wifi, so i doubt if i will get bored. The scenery is nice and green all the way across Croatia, into Slovenia and then Italy. We arrive in Trieste at 3.15pm, and its a 2k walk to where i am staying. Its a private apartment on the 3rd ...
... up towards St. Euphemia church, at the top of the hill on this small peninsula. Every now and then you can peek out and see an alley that leads to the sea where a boat can park. It rained the first night we arrived but we didn't mind. It was the sea.
And for a Saturday night, it was dead, but we didn't mind. It was the sea. One restaurant was still open and we split a pizza and ...
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... drive too fast, in my opinion, turning me into a nervous wreck after a couple of days.
Istria's interior is most famous for its hilltop villages. We visited Buzet, Motovun, Oprtalj, and Grasisce. Some had too many tourists, most of the churches weren't open, some had buildings that had been renovated "inappropriately." The best of the hilltop villages may have been Groznjan, something of ...