Albona Hotel & Residence
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And then we just spent a few hours walking around the town and the bay. This is another boating town, albeit much larger than Rovinj. All the tour boats are closed up for the season or undergoing repairs. We ate a cheap and delicious lunch at the Marina and had a great view on the water of the blue Adriatic, the amphitheater, and hundreds of moored yachts. The house wine was a yummy ...
... Istrian wine, Malvazija. Before this,our hosts waited for us in the rain outside of the apt. We checked in and found a newly remodeled apartment on the main pedestrian street. We love it! There's not much to do here except explore narrow passageways, watch the boats, and enjoy the sun and seafood.
Yesterday, we went to Pula for a day trip. I made a different blog post for that. Pula ...
At this point I decided to setup the satnav once again and see if it could find my hotel for the night. Another biker friend Scott told me about a ship hotel in Rijeka where he and a few other bikers stayed and so I thought I would give it a try. Sure enough the satnav found it and said it would take 21 minutes to get there. Woohoo, grand, I'm almost there, or so I thought.
I'm soon heading along a m/way and on and off different fast roads and ...
... places but hey it was clean and for one night it would do. We hadn't eaten a proper meal since that morning and we were starving! The guy at the reception gave us directions to a takeaway place that sold burek. Basically burek looks like a slice of pie but it's savoury and the outside is puff pastry with meat inside it. Anyhow we walked back to the hostel, and ate them while watched some weird alien movie. With full bellies and tired eyes we soon fell into a deep ...
... colony. When it comes to ancient hilltop villages, we felt you could do better in Portugal, Albania, or Greece: more traditional, fewer tourists, more goats. At Motovun you even have to pay for parking before you drive up the hill.
We also visited Poreč on the coast, which was even more touristy, although the basilica is worth visiting. But the spot we liked best in Istria was ...