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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in Zagreb, a younger Croatian man who worked at the front desk asked in broken English where I had been. "I went to the Jasenovak memorial site," I responded, wondering what he'd say next..... "Very, very sad time in Croatia history," he said, shaking his head. "Crazy." "All of our countries have sad, crazy histories," I replied, impressed by his admission. I started to walk away. He grabbed me by the arm and quietly said, "But you know the number is much lower than they ...
... fridge and to heat the water. Trucks came and went for most of the night. The one on our left had a generator that started up every two hours and went for about 15min each time until he left around 4am. Consequently, we had the earliest start next morning than we have ever managed before.
We rang ahead to a camping ground 10km south of Trieste but over the border in Slovenia. They assured us they had ...
... found a beautiful pair of Black Redstarts, who occasionally fed their 4 chicks in a nest situated in a rock cavity. Birds were not the only fauna we observed today, as we managed some great views of two lizard species (well, only one for me, sadly), hundreds of butterflies, and a salamander.
We left the park and headed to Zadar, our homebase for the next 4 nights. Zadar is an historic port city in the northern Dalmatian Coast. We are staying ...
Hostels are definitely so much better than hotels. Yesterday afternoon I caught a ferry from Rijeka to the island of Pag and stayed at this wonderful hostel, the Big Yellow House (BTW: bus Rijeka to Zadar = 200 Kuna; ferry Rijeka to Pag=50 Kuna, bus Pag to Zadar = 71 Kuna). There, they had 2 pet dogs and a pet iguana, as well as a free welcome drink, breakfast and was right across the road from the ...
Today we travel back to Split on the ferry (1 hour) and then catch another ferry to Hvar (2 hours). This will take most of the day. The ferry leaves Supetar at 10.30 and we have to board from 10. The ferry to Hvar leaves Split at 2.30 so we will get to the town of Stari Grad at 4.30. We really like Split so the chance to spend a few hours there is OK by us. We wake early. Bruce has been up since 4.30. He has been cold and getting increasingly agitated about his ...