Hotel Europa

Address: Banija 161, Karlovac, 47000, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Banija 161, Karlovac, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Karlovac

A day of surprises

A travel blog entry by hochalmspitze on Oct 07, 2014

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... Vernon and Ros in the car were victims of the poor quality of the Garmin maps of the region.

When I stopped to wait for them to catch up, I expected them to be no more than five minutes behind. Finally I sent a text to enquire politely as to their whereabouts. The reply came back: " we are in a minefield". You can imagine my concern: a lot of my biking gear was in that car!
It transpired that I had used the new road and ...

A Limerick in Purple

A travel blog entry by burczymucha on Aug 28, 2014

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  • company: Eva
  • route
  • coolness: *****
  • difficulty: ****
  • length: medium
  • asphalt: varied
  • bike rental
  • do it if you like: escaping the heat of the city, long steady climbs, panoramic pics

There was once a young lad from Poland
(Although he resided in Holland)
Who liked making friends
While playing ...

Day 2 Zagreb famous square and market

A travel blog entry by debora. on Aug 06, 2014

37 photos

... you need.
First you see the flower market with lots of different types and qualities of flowers

Then you climb up the stair and you got all the fruits( melon, forest
fruits,pears, apples...) and fresh veggies



A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Jul 22, 2014


... travel in. Tram into city centre, walking through Ban Josip Jelacic Square with his statue- on his horse brandishing a very pointy sword. The square is in the Austro-Hungarian style.Walked up to Zagreb Cathedral- neo-Gothic, built in AD. 1093.Reconstruction began after the 1880 earthquake & constant work repairs the sharp towers. In 1880 earthquake, all clocks stopped and the town clock at 11:07:03 ...

Zooming round Zagreb

A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 15, 2014

1 comment, 66 photos

... today and feet and legs aching but we figured we’d definitely earned a nightcap. We ordered a bourbon and coke and sat down with a massive sigh of relief. Shortly after Sam and Steph and then Phil and Kerry (all from NZ) arrived back and joined us. We sat and enjoyed our drinks and chatted about our day and the trip so far and then headed up to bed – a bit later than usual but we don’t have quite such an early start ...