Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Croatia. Found our accommodation - a large 3 bedroom apartment. Unpacked the car then walked into the old town, around the foreshore. We caught a row boat across the marina for $1 each and the man rowing had to be 70 easily. Quite cute and saved us an extra 20 minute walk. We had a nice lunch in the old town, looked around and them walked back to our apartment. Tony and Wayne had a grandpa nap as they were still getting over the day yesterday. They then went for ...
With a break in the rain we decided we needed to move on as need to make Rovinj by next weekend. Very overcast but a good sail up to Molat and once we were through the gap and on the west side of Molat the seas were much calmer. Realising that Locina was no anchoring we headed round for a peaceful night in Podgarbe, a small bay with great shelter and clear ...
Waking up in Zadar, we got great tips from our AirBnb host as to which island we should visit for the sand beach we were looking for, and apparently it's not very easy to find a sand beach in Croatia since most beaches here are rock beaches, so not very comfortable to lay on.
She recommended the Dugi Otok Island, and the beach was in the northen part of the island near Sakarun. It isn't very well ...
... them for a lot longer than just two days.
We were now setting off on a new phase in the journey. After a lot of , we are looking forward to a fairly gentle journey up the Adriatic coast for a bit of down time and relaxation before the packed schedule of the final phase. Not exactly Lotus-eating, but a change of pace and emphasis, nonetheless. Our first destination is Zadar, and involved a short trip north from Split. We left behind the industrialised ...
... pushing through them, then after a quick snooze we landed in Zadar, Croatia. As we got off the plane, we saw our guitar come out of a different section, so were able to grab it without having to worry about waiting forever at the baggage claim terminal! Score! We left the building, got some cash out and exchanged the rest of our euros into Croatian kunas, then jumped on a bus to take us into the old town of Zadar. The weather was not our friend, it was cold, windy and rainy as ...