Hotel Park Punat

Address: Obala 94, Punat, 51521, Croatia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Obala 94, Punat.
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    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Aug 08, 2015

    2 comments

    ... the sea ('feeling Adriatic') less essential. And we definitely do have the best spot on the campsite. And camping chairs. Christ, we're getting old. We've given in to camping chairs. Let's call it an Ashes celebration. Oh look, you've gone again.

    "VAT Tel?"

    "Why not Arthur."

    Hope you guys had a great time in Cornwall. Bet it never came close to a Rooooooooooot innings though. You have to come to Croatia, or Trent Bridge, for that. Go ...

    HR

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Aug 07, 2015

    2 comments

    ... to do 142 miles, let's face it we haven't planned anything (we never do), and we'd hoped to spend another day in Slovenia. But it wasn't going to be with taxi nutter (who spent the morning marching around in his underpants hoping to catch our eye), and it was meant to be in southern Slovenia - but southern Slovenia has no campsites (sort it out Slove). Indeed, the countryside became far less dramatic as we drove south, utilising our ...

    Motovun trip

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 23, 2015

    ... truffles. Arriving at Motovun, we leave the bus below and take the shuttle up to the walled city. Built during the era when it was under Venetian control, this is reflected in the architecture where you may see the Venetian lion with wings & a book. The region has been under the control of many counties/empires. First the Venetians, then Austrians, then Austrian-Hungarians, after WWI it was part of Italy, and then after WWII it was part of Yugoslovia, now Croatia. ...

    Transfer to Opatija, Croatia

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 22, 2015

    ... on the upper lakes. The hike was the same, people on your tail, passing you, etc., except now we were on an elevated boardwalk that usually had no handrail, and the boards were not uniform and you could step into a little hole, so you had to watch your step. Plus there were stairs everywhere. You had to stop and take a quick peek or picture of the deep pools or waterfalls as you walked over the water areas. In the forest it was ok, but you still needed to watch ...

    July 18, 2015

    A travel blog entry by lkroncich on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... underground bunker from World War I. This is where they housed the ammunition and where they sheltered the people during bombings. Kinda cool. Did a little shopping and then home for cocktails and quality time! We are heading back a day early to Germany tomorrow because a couple people are missing their fur ...