Hotel Adria

Augusta Senoe 42 , Biograd na Moru, 23210, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Augusta Senoe 42 , Biograd na Moru, is near Marina Kornati.
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    Travel Blogs from Biograd na Moru

    Dubrovnik to Zadar

    A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... Zadar old town is also walled but it is pitiful compared to Dubrovnik) where on the waters edge they have a sea organ of sorts which plays natural music with the air getting pushed up with the waves. We all sat down and had a romantic evening watching the sunset sipping on a few ciders (sommersby again ... Aimee was so happy she didn't even complain about not getting an ice cream) Hotel, dinner, ...

    The past few days

    A travel blog entry by tessloncar on Jul 27, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... artist and historian with a prestigious background. The extravagant villa he built in the city was named after his Italian wife, Attilia. Together they had five children who all grew up in Zadar. When his wife passed, he had the sphinx created in her honour. It includes hieroglyphics on the crown of the sphinx, which to this day has not been deciphered. Another interesting fact- the sphinx has fingers instead of paws. I don't know the reason for this. The ...

    Blue, Blue, Blue.

    A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Oct 14, 2013

    17 photos

    ... must have been obvious as our host soon arrived with a warm pot of tea and hot bean stew. This act of kindness from a stranger caused more tears to well in gratitude, we felt like we had an instant family.

    We stood in the shower letting hot water run over our bodies bringing tingling life back into us. But the cold had lodged itself into our core. We spent the afternoon buried under the blankets in bed breathing hot air over ourselves, even though ...

    Pag. Zadar. Mon 15th July Day 9

    A travel blog entry by jillymormor on Jul 15, 2013

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    ... prosciutto and olives. There are carafes of white and red and it looks beautiful. It is only 11.00 o clock in the morning but we really enjoy our morning tea! From here we travel to Zadar. This city dates back to Roman Times, about 2,000 years old. We start off with the tour group but realise they are moving too quickly and we break away. We sit at the Water Organ and listen to the sound of the waves as they reverberate through the pipes and it ...

    Thespians

    A travel blog entry by joshnadeau on Aug 11, 2012

    6 photos

    ... Zadar and ending with the Montenegrin border past Dubrovnik, but in Roman times it was a province that spread through Croatia, Bosnia/Herzegovina and included parts of Montenegro and Albania. The emperor Diocletian built his famous palace in Split, where today it's still a huge source of tourist revenue.

    Not that it's necessary to draw crowds - the Dalmatian coast is a Disneyland of Mediterranean tourist activity (which will only grow ...