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... which we've never seen before. It's much cheaper that way. You get 4 courses with meat or fresh seafood for $8 - 12. We could hardly walk after last night's meal. The desserts were amazing and huge and would have cost $8 alone at a similar US restaurant. Life is good and we're slowing down and skipping the museums. We may go to a glass history museum later though. We've heard it's an interesting history of glass-making.
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... people which also has a walled old city and is connected by a pedestrian foot bridge to the 'new' town. For some reason our apartment was not available so a lady took us to another place around the corner. It all was okay but at little annoying after a day of travel and exploring. Zadar was bombed quote severely during the 1991-1994 war in Croatia. The owner of the apartment had a bomb casing in the foyer with some bamboo type sticks in it. There was ...
Now we're covering some ground.... I've made it down to the coast of Croatia today after a four hour bus ride from Zagreb. I feel so much better getting out of the capital and down to a city much more my style. Zadar, population about 70,000, is a small enough city in the region of Croatia called Northern Dalmatia. Much of Zadar is not all that picture-postcard kind of place, but the historic old town of Roman ruins and medieval ...
... guys. Sam and Mark are cycling from Dubrovnik to Budapest by way of Slovenia. When they get to Budapest they have tickets to a festival and will pitch a tent for 4 days. Animals. They told me about navigating and riding along tiny roads and foreign languages. I can't imagine doing something like that. So we had a night out. They said they can go out and party and still ride the next day so out we went. It was pretty interesting altogether and started ...
Bog! From our "hideout" in Cratia.
Bog is the common greeting (and salutation) in Croatia. Bog means God. The greeting is shortened from "God be with you).
On the wings of EasyJet we arrived in Split, Croatia. As Americans we are allowed in the Schengen Visa Treaty zone no more than 90 days on a "no visa/travel visa." Unbeknownst to us, if you want to stay longer, you apply for and receive that visa before you get here. We tried once ...