Falkensteiner Family Hotel Diadora
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... We rested/fumed back at our apartment first. Luckily, the front door was hard to lock and was still unlocked and we had left the key under a mat by our door upstairs.
Long story short, we had to do some persuading to convince them we didn't just miss the bus. We finally found someone who spoke decent English and he luckily worked for AutoTrans, the bus company. He was going to Rijeka and took us under his wing and made sure we got on ...
... you all doing here then? Caleb asked for a toilette, the three ladies consulted and came up with the response of driving to the other gate 10KM away. So of course Caleb strolled out towards the nearest tree :) It was sunny and warm so we did have some time to kick the ball around a little. Caleb managed to kick his ball over a 20 foot fence and hit an ambulance - fantastic! At the entrance to the park we were told you could drive 4KM down to see ...
... on the island, established in the 15th century. It is in close proximity of Zadar and its narrow, stone streets give off a medieval feel.
Taking a walk through the town, one of the most notable monuments you’ll pass by is the 15th century parish church, which is a combination of the Romanesque, Gothic and early Renaissance styles. Other sightseeing ...
... meals Butter Chicken.
Morning in Zadar was really relaxed with a stroll around the port to check out the old city and water organ, the organ was built post war as a way to beautify the old port. Whilst the image in our heads was of something you may see in a church the water organ was mainly obscured under terraces leading into the water with the sounds coming through channels cut into them ...
... do it over. By now the NW wind is absolutely whipping up the sea. An English couple who arrived today battled through 3 metre seas. I am pleased we gave ourselves plenty of time to find a safe haven. The evening is spent socialising with the German couple, Klaus and Karin, who have their boat tied up beside us. They have been travelling the Adriactic for the past 12 years. Klaus is very impressed with our charts and weather forecasting website ...