Bluesun Hotel Alan
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Imeli smo se zelo dobro, pravzaprav morate o tem vprašati VNUKE. Mislim, da so bili zadovoljni
... and we wanted a quality one for the trip. We didn't find one again. After finally getting Phoebe down (she was in a bit of a mood and made sure we, and the rest of the campsite, knew about it) we sat outside for a nice cup of tea. Unfortunately, about 2 minutes later, pea sized hailstones starting hammering down on the van. The awning turned out to be surprisingly robust... and we decided to go into town the next day rather than that afternoon.
... and a sea organ!
The light show was from solar panels heated up during the day and the sea organ was steps by the sea with holes for the water to flow through. As the waves came the pipes played. It really was rather magical.
They went for pudding at the sister hotel to theirs in the old town and had more delights. Then had a gentle walk ...
... we scooted around the Old Town and looked at all the Roman Ruins, we ate lunch in the park that played cool music and ate ice cream. We saw the square of five wells. This had 5 wells in it.
We saw two churches, St Donatus and St Anastasia Cathedral.
The best thing about Zadar is the food, I love the pizza.
Zadar Population: 170,000.
All feeling pretty shattered after our night out, we took it easy with a late departure from Hvar and relaxing swim stop in a little bay on the way. We were heading to Stari Grad, which literally translates to 'Old Town' - still part of Hvar island. In Stari Grad we were picked up by minibus and taken to a pretty little farm where they produce wine, olive oil, goats cheese and all sorts ...