Camping Village Kazela
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Travel Blogs from Medulin
... of dress lol) and they love to swim. Lots and lots of dogs also! Our dinner on our second night was at a restaurant tucked away in a back alley on a vine covered terrace with geraniums flowering around the sides. Just delightful. A very vibrant night life with kids running around too. Today we head back to Klagenfurt via Ljubljana. Leaving at around 12 we travelled as far as a the little hilltop town of ...
... highlight of the town is the Church of St. Euphemia. We met a couple from British Columbia (Rick Steve's guide in hand) on our way and they walked with us to the church. St. Euphemia's remains lie behind the main altar and her Feast Day is this weekend. Robin was very bummed that we are missing it. The bell tower is the only climb I decided to pass up so far. Just wasn't in the mood which I think turned into being a good call. Our new friends climbed it ...
... area around Vrsar. You can choose between
three types of trail on the Eco
bike path, according to your physical
ability. The sport airport in Vrsar offers you the opportunity to
experience the view of the archipelago and Lim bay during a panoramic
center of Vrsar boasts the atmosphere of the long forgotten times.
Take a walk through the typical medieval layout ...
... past the area of Barcola, where my dad lived, and round the city streets as well as up to the central fort. We got a really good insight into the early development of the modern city - and I mean early - one statue was in recognition of the 5 continents - before Australia had been given continent status, yet alone Antarctica. Highlight for me was having my photo taken with ladies (statues) on the foreshore doing their sewing - will look into ...
... had obeyed the GPS and had a very embarrassing tour of the local bus depot, much to the anguish and beeping horns of the many bus drivers - what could we do - once in there it was one way so we had to go round and round, with Jayne saying ' turn left, turn left, do a u-turn, turn right', she had 9 satellites telling her what to do and none of them right. Pula offered all the usual medieval buildings, complete with a roman forum, meeting place-central square, today being ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed