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... for 6 of us which was around $158 NZ. We can see why people like to holiday here as cost wise food is very reasonable. The next morning we headed down to the harbour again for breakfast. I was delighted to hear the cafe had toast. Their version is a toasted sandwich with ham and cheese. In Austria it was the same but usually bread bins with ham and cheese. We are eating lots of bread! Rovinj sits on ...
... I clung to a railing so that I could lean over to say I touched the Adriatic Sea. Impressive, huh? We had dinner at a Rick Steve's recommended restaurant, Veli Joze which was delicious. Our eyes were definitely bigger than our stomaches. Neither one if us finished our meals. But, on the way back to our hotel I stopped to get gelato---a little predictable aren't I. Well you are wrong I opted for this mystery Bon Bon looking thing with a hazelnut on it. ...
... Vrsar and Lim, is a
special reserve of forest vegetation. The hornbeam trees cover most
of the area of the 140-years-old forest.
marina in Vrsar provides 190 permanent
berths and the necessary boating facilities. Include Vrsar in your
sailing trip and visit the nearby area. Explore the Vrsar
archipelago, the Lim Bay and the Croatia sailiboat charter destinations of
Rovinj and Pula.
... to us clean, dry and folded. Just such a lovely family, making us enjoy Croatia still more. Hopefully we can repay the kindness one day when some of these people come Tasmania. It was around mid day when we finally set off for the 100 km trip to Trieste. My father was born on Trieste and as this is my 3rd trip to Italy we had decided that we would definitely visit the area. Our journey had us driving through some very picturesque areas of Croatia, ...
... are we going to vote!!!! We were on a time limit as we had been entertained by a car being lifted and towed in less than 5 minutes while in Makarska, and so were now paranoid about breaking parking laws. Our route back to the car took us past a ancient Obelisk, manufactured in Egypt in 56BC, erected in Pula and now lying on the ground, being excavated. Beside it was a little church of similar vintage. I said to Paul today, ' I love Tasmania and think it is beautiful, ...