Falkensteiner Family Hotel Diadora
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the Ducal Palace, the remaining parts of the city walls and towers, and the Lace Museum, containing some of the most beautiful examples of Pag’s famous lace. Just outside the city centre walls are large salt works, which have been boosting Pag’s economy for years.
In the center of the town, in the area Lokunja, is a natural spa mud-rich sediment that has had ...
On Monday I made my way to the bus terminal and although my bus ticket was all in Croatian, I guessed that the word "Peron" meant "Platform" and went to Peron 401. What do you know....I got the right platform! The coach has capacity for 62 people and there were only 15 of us. The trip to Zadar took 3.5 hours and I listened to my iPod and kept an eye on the scenery (well as best I could.....the speed limit here is 130km p/hour). I arrived at ...
... chatting to a chap who turned out to be a professional opera singer from Greece. An almighty sing-off ensued, with Italian opera and Eddie the Canadian busting out some incredible Afro-Cuban tunes, whilst Pete and I filmed the whole thing. Incredibly random, amazing memories. The next day was spent chilling out and taking a walk around the old town of Zadar which is super cute, really pretty. Apart from being harassed by a Croatian man wearing the tightest Speedos I've ever ...
... air nightclubs, one on a square in front of the park and the other actually in the park. We had a couple of more drinks and wandered around a bit before we had to call it a night and make our way back to the apartment. The tourist train was deceiving and the old town was actually quite far away from the apartment. It took is the best part of an hour to walk back, but on the plus side there was a pizza van near the apartment ...
... set off for Zadar to spend the early evening listening to the sea organ and watching the Hailing of the Sun lighting up. A cruise ship was moored adjacent and it was a lovely sight watching it set sail for Dubrovnik while we were sitting at the water’s edge. They played Rod Stewart’s We Are Sailing over the tannoy as they left.
Thursday was a return visit to Plitvice National Park. This time we entered by ...