Camping Bijela Uvala
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- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... was room for another night. We had just parked the van when a band marched through the camp playing lively music. The ages went from young to old and it was like a welcoming committee. That night there was not one but two huge fireworks displays and we could only marvel at there brilliance over the water and wonder why they had them. Not a bad start to our time in Croatia. The water was lovely and there was no sand only paved stone so we invested in some mats to lie on. It was ...
... quick phone call to booking.com they agreed that it was not acceptable (it also was not in fine print about facilities) and found us a new hotel to contact immediately (as rooms are limited in this holiday spot). One phone call to Hotel Marita and yes sir we have a suite for cheaper then other hotel, yes our pool works and yes we have A/C that also works oh and you don't have to walk 400m down the street (as that was how far it was).
Today has been an adventure. We first had to get a taxi (our first of this trip) to get to the airport to pick up the rental car. The Rijeka airport is actually on an island about 20-30 minutes away from town. At least we got to see more of the surrounding area! From there, we drove west to the city of Pula. Pula is a relatively large industrial town, but the tourist area is very small and its highlights are Roman ruins. We saw a really cool amphitheater (built in ...
Day 4 of Croatia was spent swimming and snorkeling on a popular island called Brijuni. Hours of fun in the sun and truly relaxing! The weather has been in the 90's every day. Took the water taxi back and forth to the mainland. Went home for a couple hours and headed back downtown for shopping and dinner. The food is very different here, it's been kind of hit or miss. Often difficult to read the menus in Croatian but overall has been pretty ...
Went on a road trip to a natural spring mineral river near the village of Roć down a narrow mountain road that was just wide enough for one vehicle, scared the hell out of LeeAnn , to discover no water in the river! It was in a tiny village that was 250 years old. Met a family from Slovenia that insisted we stay and have homemade schnapps and wine, very good. They recommend a great authentic Croatian restaurant on the top of a mountain that was excellent! Returned to Pula at dark. ...