Solaris Hotel Niko
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... asked an old teacher of theirs what they should call it and he suggested "Hajduk". The Hajduks were romanticised bandits in the days of the Ottoman Empire and symbolised bravery, humanity, friendship, love of freedom, defiance to powers and protection of the weak - bit like Robin Hood, I guess!
Well these students were right about the talent in Split, because this team has participated at top level for over 100 years, firstly in the ...
Today we left Sarajevo early in the morning to journey to Croatia. Although it was cool, rainy and foggy, the roads were better and safer than I had heard. We drove through mountains and little towns by rivers- it was all very picturesque. Igor and I played a game to see what we found more of: stray dogs, mosques or signs saying "sretan put" or “good luck” on small billboards all along the road. It was a little disconcerting ...
I haven't written a blog entry for a while as we seemed to have entered a period of heightened inactivity. We could not do less if we tried. Really hard. Partly that is apathy that comes with doing nothing (I really understand that saying "if you want something done give it to a busy person" Definitely don't give it to me. Or Chris. We also had a frenetic couple of days at a music ...
... and in North America I wouldn't mind but here it means we are one of the bigger cars on the road, and gas and insurance will be a bit more. Jill and I both agree that if they call it an upgrade we should be driving a convertible... no such luck. We (I should say Jill as she is the one driving, although I am on the rental so that may change) quite easily made it out of Split and onto the A1 which is the highway that took us almost all the way to Sibenik which ...
... over Zaton. However, on the plus side there was a resident cat family. The mum was shy and we hardly ever saw her, but her six lively and inquisitive kittens were soon exploring our caravan and enjoying titbits from our meals.
This part of the Croatian coast is rather different from what we’ve seen so far. The sea is very shallow and, instead of rocks and pebbles, there is actually sand. Going for a swim is quite ...