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Travel Blogs from Nin
... the Ducal Palace, the remaining parts of the city walls and towers, and the Lace Museum, containing some of the most beautiful examples of Pag’s famous lace. Just outside the city centre walls are large salt works, which have been boosting Pag’s economy for years.
In the center of the town, in the area Lokunja, is a natural spa mud-rich sediment that has had ...
... it. The Sun Salutation is a large glass plate set into the concrete and consists of solar panels that collect energy from the sun during the day. At night, this power is used to put on a light show. This solar power is also used to light the whole waterfront area.
The museum was shut which was disappointing, however I managed to fill in a full day of just pottering around the old town. Nice place....would re-visit again one ...
... it was so unbelievably worth it. Watching the sunset, beer in hand, IN the actual sea (treading water really gives the old legs a work out) is one of the best ways I've ever spent an evening. Incredible. There are some experiences that you never expect to happen, which are usually the best. It's like when you and your pals plan a "quiet night", and it turns into one of the best - and likely messiest - you've had in months. So imagine, in our drunken state, our surprise when ...
... they do take this Schengen thing seriously!
The Schengen zone consists of 25 European countries. New Zealanders, amongst others, cannot stay in this zone for more than 90 days in any 180 day period. Although we have bilateral agreements with several of them, which should override this restriction, our government warns us that, if we enter a Schengen country with which NZ has no bilateral, like Slovenia, we will ...
... in Vietnam trying to get a Chinese map , no one had heard of a land called China no matter how I pronounced it .Later I found out they call it Trung Quốc which sounds like Trung Kwok. Handy if you know this stuff beforehand.
After leaving Zadar and riding north, the narrow road followed the seafront. There are no beaches just concrete strips and gravel in places. It was hot so I was tempted, however I am too spoiled as far as ...
Other places to stay in Nin
Draznikova 76 T, Nin | 3 star hotelfrom $55