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Biogradska 117, Zadar, 23000, Croatia | Hostel
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More waterfalls

A travel blog entry by emmahayes1990


... town) it was an outhouse converted into a very nice guest apartment. We wandered into Zadar old town to find somewhere to eat, we were both craving pizza- well when your this close to Italy!! The old town was bustling. We went past St Donats church and the forum until we found a pizza place. As it was quite late and starting to rain we headed back to our room and called it a ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by haileywilliams


... we went to a restaurant and halved a pizza, it was big! - we met up with the girls from the boat and hung around them for a few hours , they were drunk lel but Alice and I are having a sober night. - Nathan got ****** and wants to leave the sail all together. Anyways he caught the local bus with us back to starigrad. - got back and played cards; spit, uno, memory, ********. Then went to sleepy ...

Day 40 (Plitvice Lakes)

A travel blog entry by kimrop88


Woke up to thunder, lightening and pouring rain this morning. Erin and Adam got all our lunch stuff ready in the storage area of the bus, both of them got soaked, so we could make ourselves a packed lunch. Breakfast was really good this morning and I had a ham and cheese sandwich and some yoghurt and rolled oats. Everyone was pretty unimpressed about the weather and some people hadn't bought sneakers or raincoats with them at all. We got to the ...

Zadar Love

A travel blog entry by ejm56


... was a good, strong country where everyone was happy. It appears that a centralised, controlling dictatorship is a good thing, and provides peace, order, and harmony. Take it away and everything blows up into an appalling mess of war, hatred and murder.
Tomislav went on to relate how war started almost overnight. He went to Zagreb to see the Pet Shop Boys in concert, but on his way home, barricades had gone up and he had to take the long way home. After ...

Tearful times!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


We left the campsite at Nin and headed to Zadar. The plan was to spend a couple of hours in Zadar and then drive on down the coast towards Trogir, 30 km north of Split. I would love to be able to tell you that we remember Zadar for the fact that it is a walled town going back to the Ottoman Empire, a port, the old capital of Dalmatia, that it has lots of roman remains, that we remember it for the city's gates, or for ...


This hostel, located on Biogradska 117, Zadar, is near Paklenica National Park, Church of St. Donat, Jadrolina Ferry, and Square of Five Wells (Trg Pet bunara).
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