Camping Bijela Uvala
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- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Gisteren gingen we Rodelen. Ik vond het eerst wel spannend, en durfde niet alleen. Dus ging ik samen met Nienke. Daarna mochten Toby en ik nog een keer en ging ik alleen. Vandaag in de ochtend hadden we alles in de auto gezet. We hebben 5 uur gereden. Eigenlijk zaten we bij het zwembad, maar omdat de mensen die in dit tentje zaten geen voorkeur …
... I first heard about Istria when I was in high school and watched a few cooking shows by New York celebrity chef Lidia Bastianich, an ethnic Italian from Istria who showcased the food of the region in her first New York restaurant Felidia. I ordered her cookbook by mail (or got my parents to do it for me) and prepared some of her Istrian dishes. The most elaborate of those in her book, though, is Cima alla Genovese, stuffed boiled veal breast, is one I have yet to try ...
... and more appealing because of its harbor, large central square, city walls on its land side, and a church complex on the hill above town. The Parish Church of Saint George is especially well endowed with works of art, including a statue of crucified Christ that’s considered one of the most important works of Slovenian medieval art.
Like Croatian Istria, Piran and the rest of Slovenian’s ...
... first and decided to car camp at a campground for a night to save a little on accommodations. Rovinj is another one of those coastal Croatian towns that lives off its quaintness and the tourist dollars it brings in. Once situated on an island that has since been transformed into a peninsula, Rovinj looks like something transported out of the Venetian Lagoon with its hilltop church, densely packed narrow alleys, and palaces backing out towards the sea. But like Dubrovnik, ...
... walked ever inch of the windy lime cobblestone streets from the waterfront to the cathedral at the top of the original old city We returned and met our driver who took Goran and us to Pula for a toor of the coliseum there and more history of Croatia. Lunch and wine tasting at Villa Meneghetti in Bale Pick up of paintings we bought earlier Return to Rovinj and dinner at Kantinon Early to be for our wake up ...