Falkensteiner Club Funimation Borik
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... re melting and dehydrated at every hairpin turn (of which there were roughly 365 today) but that is some Slavic sea right there. Clear blue water indeed. But hard driving. I think we'll get the motorway back. Today's goal was to find a campsite just off the coast road, up a mountain just outside a town called Tribanj Kruscica. We found it. After driving about 1000ft up a dirt track, round stupidly dangerous bends with ...
In the few weeks before we left on the trip. Marcia and I started to hear from many friends that their spring and summer trips this year were to Croatia. When I got here i understood why.
Croatia has decided that its fate lies in becoming European party central. It has turned all of its old walled cities into tourist traps, deepened its harbors so that yachts and cruise ships can dock, made sure all of its kids and taxi drivers can speak perfect English (and 3 or ...
... challenging. He’s a smart guy so I’m happy he’s being challenged because school in the U.S. is way easy. He’s actually covertly enjoying his Theory of Knowledge course, which is like a philosophical critical thinking gig. He’s got some interesting classes and hangs out with the group I call the Breakfast Club (the new kids who are on scholarship; losers like us!). He loves the gourmet lunches prepared by a real chef and he got to go on ...
... back from Split with a fixed coach at 1am and arrived at 4am, such a legend!! Although I wouldn't have minded more time in that amazing place. So our drive to Croatia's capital was infinitely more comfortable than the previous drives and we definitely had the air con blasting as cold as it would go! Once we arrived in Zadar it was a quick check in then a ride to the old town to have a look around. There wasn't ...
... to the majority of the population. Not only was this important for Croatian language and culture but it also made Christianity stronger within the Croatian kingdom." This statue is known for bringing luck to people if you rub Gregory's big toe. I did that and made my wish, as all the tourists do. I shopped around the little market which was mainly tourist trinkets. On Monday, my ...