Falkensteiner Club Funimation Borik
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and there are countless islands nearby with beaches. But we're enjoying just walking around and doing the cafe culture thing. I'm blogging right now on the water at a cafe next to a bunch of yachts. My cappucino is $1.50 US. Espresso is a dollar. Things cost twice as much the other day in Rovinj because they get so many more tourists.
We've had two amazing meals in a row. They do the set menus here but they do it for lunch and ...
... 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 ...
Slept in today after quite a stressful night. Had the best ice cream in my life for breakfast, I think it was cherry and chocolate. Ice cream, macchiato and a bottle of water cost 27kuna which is just over $4.
Apart from the hostel last night I find the hospitality/locals here aren't very nice but I see them going out of their way for families so I guess it's because they won't get that much money off me all on my ...
... restrictive things and let them toughen up. Denny was covered with small scratches and cuts and Madi had her share of bruises and scratches but they just did it... so proud.
Really hoping we see some more courses down here. Cost $8 for a full day and the kids went from 10 till 4pm and then they did not want to leave. Along with the rope challenge there was archery, three way big piece chess, rotational bowling and zip lines.
... have what they call "permanents", people who pay to retain a pitch, but it is the end of the season and most campsites are closing anyway. We stopped and asked several people on side streets but no one would take him.
We were reaching our wits end because to travel through countries with a 4 week old kitten would be almost impossible. Finally, we drove to Ouza Meira, a popular campsite but with no permanents and to ...