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Travel Blogs from Opatija
... walked along the Lungomare to
Volosko. A resort village but with a real fishing fleet. I gather
that Volosko has many renowned restaurants so we will try one
Back in Opatija we found a market hall
very close to our flat. We were delighted to buy some vegetables,
cheeses, a salami sausage etc, Best of all there was a separate fish
market that was obviously very well ...
Saturday 31st May Last
full day in Opatija
Consulting our landlady about a
reasonable fish restaurant she said there was only one that she would recomment and that was in Volosko, about 20 minutes walk along the Lungomare. It was only a tiny place with about
6 tables along the kerbside. Going inside a very small shopfront
there is a refrigerated display cabinet with a small ...
... shabby. I was dog tired but we went out exploring Kensington High Street and gawking at it all. It is a culture shock after the peace and quiet and space of the mountains. We ambled back to the Crown and Sword, a pub across from the hotel. It has free wifi compared to pay wifi at the hotel. We had a pint and salad with chicken. Yummy! Cleaned the grubby off my body and crashed. It has been a very long day. Tomorrow here I ...
... had a few narrow street/paths and was charming. Then we had a quite slow amble along a trail leading to Brela, the next town north of Baska Voda. It was overcast, dry, and cooler which are perfect walking conditions. Had our lunch at a new cafe sitting out on a lovely terrace on cushioned chairs, a real comfort compared to limestone rock on a mountain edge. We had a pint and were allowed to eat our own lunch there which we appreciated. ...
... town just about closed down. Foliage and tree debris was flying everywhere. At 11, a few of us started out heading south all along the edge of the ocean. There is a well maintained double wide sidewalk that hikers, and bicyclists use. Only us this morning. The sea was a frenzy. Whitecaps and surf pounding. Great sheets of water were lifted up off the surface like it was raining up instead if down. Surface water ...