Casa Valamar Sanfior
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... of rocky coastline, with convenient restaurants and showers etc every few hundred metres.
It's time for a couple of days of R&R at the beach. On Saturday we will be back at wonderful Gasthof Hochalmspitze in Austria to meet up with legendary Ducatista, Clivio Reavio, who will join us for the last two weeks of this tour and teach us a thing or two about how to ride the tournante. ...
... I felt like I was in a dream land. I am always so blown away when considering the history of these places I've visited. Stayed at a place with a vineyard and a pool. I spent most of my time tanning, swimming, eating and drinking. Doesn't surprise you, does it? Lol. This part of Croatia is known for truffles, which are dug up by trained dogs. I didn't realize how much I love truffles because they're too expensive in Canada. Might be really far to ship fresh ones, ...
... Bar- said "hi" to a pretty girl with bright pink hair, who had fantastic English , that we had a problem. Stephen suggested beers, she offered to make a phone call as the key for the cleaner was at the bar. Poured the beers, made the phone calls, lots of talking and laughing, eventually the cleaner/manager arrived & by 7.15 pm we were in an extremely cool apartment, with a washing machine getting a couple of loads ...
... Strolling at night is the thing to do here & when in Rome or other places occupied by so we joined in. The colosseum is lit at night & at this time used as outdoor movie theatre for the Pula film festival.
Walked through area known as zerostrasse- tunnels dug out of rock by hand in WW 1 & used to store armaments & prisoners & in WW2 as bomb shelters by the people. Up to 40,000 could shelter there. The town square ...
... but never made the climb up the mass of stairs to the city park. This probably would've been worthwhile had we gathered the energy.
The pedestrianised high street (free wifi too) was quite new and it made it seem much more than just a port town. After walking around looking for some good cheap local (all 3 are often hard to find) food and hit the golden ticket. Cevapcici is a local dish which we have had before and it’s ...