Falkensteiner Club Funimation Borik
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... outside when it's 35 F, but the Croatians will!
The economy is not so good here and is increasingly dependent on tourism. There's a lot of unemployment, an iffy future for those with college degrees, and it's the off-season. That might explain why we see so many people at the coffee shops all day and night. Nobody will kick you out if you buy at least one cup.
Zadar is not a huge tourist destination since Dubrovnik is ...
We hit the road today and drove the coastal road towards Krka National Park. The views were great along the way. There were more and more little towns at the edge of the sea. Many we would like to visit one day. The Renault Cilo car we have is a manual and has zero pick up - very strange. We arrived at one entrance to the park and three tourist info people were there to greet us. They said it's the other entrance you want at this time of the year - hmm and ...
... in Malaysia. Again I had the choice of pizza, pasta or seafood for dinner so I had calamari, fries, salad and of course a couply beers then wandered back to the sea wall to see the sun salutation lit up and take photos of the sunset.
There were hundreds of people out and about and so much to see. On my way back to the apartment I watched a fire show and a breakdancing group who were really good it was like real life Magic Mike ;) ...
... 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 ...