Hotel Adriatic

Tina Ujevica 5 - 7, Biograd na Moru, 23 210, Croatia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Tina Ujevica 5 - 7, 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

    Oopsies, I haven't been very diligent updating this and now this past few days are starting to blend together. Even on vacation things can get busy. I will try to update more often for my own sake as I'm sure there's only about 2 or 3 people reading this blog... A highlight was visiting the giant sphinx in Zadar which has become a popular monument with a lot of history. It is located at Villa Attilia, which was built in 1901 by a local man named Giovanni Smirich. He ...

    Blue, Blue, Blue.

    A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Oct 14, 2013

    17 photos

    ... spirits into hopelessness and surrender.

    The first thing to get soaked is your ******. The water pools down the front of your seat, and sooner or later it seeps through. Once this frontline has been breached it's a free-for-all. The water seeps down the legs of your pants and runs into your boots pooling at the bottom. By this stage your hands are soaking wet and feeling the full force of the chill pushing against your speed. Next is the neck, as ...

    Onwards to Zagreb. Tu 16th July Day 10

    A travel blog entry by jillymormor on Jul 16, 2013

    27 photos

    Up at 6.30 bacon and eggs and a quick half hour to check messages before boarding the bus at 8.30. The sun is shining, Rod Stewart is singing and we're off for another day of adventuring. Very lucky! We have left Biograd and are on the road. The vegetation is more lush here and the fields are very green with mountains in the background. We are leaving the rocky terrain behind us. Zagreb is the capital of ...

    Thespians

    A travel blog entry by joshnadeau on Aug 11, 2012

    6 photos

    ... we reach the car, my new hosts take no time whatsoever in re-acquainting me.

    As soon as I reach around for my seatbelt (and receive a withering stare from Drele), Vid reaches a thick hand into the back seat and scrounges for the neck of a wine bottle. Drele presents the carbonated water and a set of paper cups. "It's a Croatian tradition," he insists, "along with terrible sausages and teenage pregnancy."

    "He's joking."

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