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Travel Blogs from Zadar
We drove on the major highway for 3 hours to reach Zadar - I would have liked to take the coastal road but I guess that would have taken too long. We first checked into my hotel which was an all-inclusive but I was only there on part board for breakfast so they charged me for the towels etc. I cannot understand it being an …
... in the twelfth and 13th centuries which holds the distinction of being the largest church in Dalmatia. This afternoon is yours to explore Zadar on your own.
This evening, gather with your fellow travelers for a Captain’s Farewell Dinner aboard ship. Afterwards, you may want to visit one of Zadar’s charming harborside cafes for a glass of maraschino, a liqueur distilled from local marasca cherries that is a centuries-old Zadar tradition.
Our time in Croatia so far has been relaxing. We enjoyed christmas with lots of family. We stuffed ourselves silly with food and didn't do much more than relax and hang out at a cafe. We decided to take a trip up to Velebit a rocky canyon near where Chris's family lives. The view was amazing, and ...
Today we say goodbye to Pula and head down to Zadar. It's a beautiful sunny day (again) for the four hour drive. As we head east across the peninsula, we have snow capped mountains to the north, and rugged escarpments to the south. The landscape is quite dramatic. Not quite the non-descript scenes we encountered on the drive into Istria. There are broad flat valleys surrounded by rocky ...
... on Sunday. St Frances visited Zadar, so they built a church for him. I had a few days to finish my book and get a few other reports done that were due that week. We had our 100 questions on Croatia quiz on Wed night and left Thurs for Rome.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet