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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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The island of Pag is one of the more unusual islands on the Croatian coast, being very dry and mainly barren, but providing a very vibrant atmosphere and some of the best beaches. The island itself is very narrow and long, and it is most famous for its Pag Cheese and delicious lamb, which is naturally flavoured with the salty grass the sheep feed on.
For anyone wanting to visit a ...
... is their own language. Surely I don't look like a Croatian, Italian or French woman? Another thing that I've noticed is that when you order something in a cafe you will ALWAYS get the bill with the item. You never have to ask for it. This includes buying a piece of fruit or a bottle of water...they won't let you leave without giving you the receipt.
Zadar is the next big touristy town of Croatia. It has so much going for it, but ...
... 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 ...
... whole day. We stopped off for some drinks and a bite to eat in the park bistro then went back to the guesthouse to pick up our bags ready for the bus to Zadar. Our room in Zadar was a very last minute air bnb booking made because our original place had problems with the water pipes. It turned out to be ideal, just around the corner from the bus station (15 minute walk to ...
... the big light that lights up at night, then went to a little cafe for a takeaway coffee and hot chocolate. With our warm drinks in hand we wandered back along the waterfront, passed a cool statue and walked around to a marina, then ended up back at a big gate near the pretty park I'd seen earlier. It had started to rain, so instead of checking out the park and showing Darren the ruins we started back towards the hostel. On the way we passed Sara, from the reception, said hi then ...