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... We'd get into Zadar at 5:20 instead of 1:30.
But in the meantime, our AirBnB hostess Ana and I had been emailing back and forth. We went to a coffee shop for wifi. She just so happened to be in Rijeka, her hometown, to visit her family and was driving back at noon. She offered us a ride for free, and that would get us in at about 3:30. We knew we missed that bus for a reason.
On the ride there, she filled us in on things ...
... book about the war period also with some tough looking photos. We were recommended a fish restaurant in the old town and it turned out to be a perfect place for us. Christine had a trio of monk fish, sea bass and St Pierre...while I had a Croatian specialty called pašticada (beef). Zadar is know for its Sea Organ which is where they have installed pipes at the waters edge and as the water moves around it creates music. I went to listen at night. Good ...
... anymore; we ran and laughed and ran and giggled. We were in Croatia, and it was like someone took all the best bit’s of nature and stuck them together here.
Just as my joyful nature returned, the repercussions of the day before overtook it. My entire body ached, my head was heavy, nose full and my chest hurt to breathe. Tracey selflessly fussed over me like I was a newborn, and I was so grateful to have a piece of family while I felt ...
... five years in French Possession during themNapoleonic period stayed until1918. The years 1921-44 was when the city was damaged in World War 2. The city then went to Yuogoslavia and from 1992 belongs to Croatia. After we listened to the Water Organ we found a cafe with iced coffee and wifi, so we settled In there for half an hour. The coffee was delicious with ice-cream, and cream piled on. We checked in with home and then decided we should see more of the ...
... we needed to find, and carefully gave us point by point directions. Finally around 12:30am we collapsed in bed in a strange new city. Today our plan is to explore the city, supposedly one of Croatia's finest, and try to plan for our next adventure. Hopefully a little laundry, some homework, and some catch up on sleep is also part of our day. Either way it should be good, the sun is out, the Bora winds have dissipated, and the salty Adriatic is only a few blocks ...
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