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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the offseason price for the meal and wine was under $15 for 2 people.
We went to a maritime museum in the fort on the hill. It was simple but had a nice display about an Austrian passenger line (The Baron Gautsch) that was destroyed in the early days of WW1. The captain had been warned that the coast was just mined, but he disregarded the instructions and was sunk by a "friendly" mine ...
... down the quay.
Tomorrow, we have a travel day. We set out at 4:40 am and will transfer buses at Rijeka. From there we will go to Zadar, another lovely city down the Dalmatian coast. We plan on spending a couple of weeks exploring this coast. It's time to slow it down a bit and enjoy the guilty pleasure of global warming's effects. The weather should be in the 10 -15 C range (50 - 60 F).
... the main centre of Rijeka which is simply traffic hell.
I plod along at walking speed and stop at just about every traffic light etc etc. I could force my way through the traffic but just like most towns in this neck of the woods its simply too dangerous. Rather sit the extra 20 minutes than get knocked off my bike in this neck of the world.
In all this stop/start traffic my poor bike is overheating and the fan is coming on every few minutes, its just ...
... so he just got some veggie soup which he loved. Seeing as Split is on the water and they have lots of fresh seafood I decided to get the seafood risotto. OMG! It was spectacular! We had a couple of drinks there after, then headed back for a good nights sleep. The next morning we packed up, checked out and heading into town for some brunch. We got a couple of club sandwiches and coffees to keep us going. Darcy and I have become club sandwich connoisseurs. We ...
... I wanted to walk up to the impressive Church on the hill and have a look, but I was worn out by that point and just didn’t have the energy, so I slowly made my way back to the meeting point. While I was wandering around, I was observing the people. My impression was that some were locals just out with their families (and dog in some cases) and some were tourists and many of those fit the same demographic as me – middle aged and ...