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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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This morning we left Croatia, said a brief hello to Bosnia before saying hello again to a favourite country of ours Croatia (Dubrovnik is isolated from the rest of Croatia by a finger of Bosnian land to prevent them from being land locked) We stopped for lunch in the biggest city on the Adriatic coastline, Split. I had never heard of it but it's nice enough. We had a lovely lunch but the ...
... and seeing how they live. It has given me an appreciation for how lucky people are in Canada when it comes to the economy and job opportunities for young people. Also, Canada has bigger selections of beer hehe. As much as I love seeing Europe and discovering my ancestry, Canada will always be my home and I am excited to get back to my friends and boyfriend and enjoy some Canadian summer. Miss you ...
... artist and historian with a prestigious background. The extravagant villa he built in the city was named after his Italian wife, Attilia. Together they had five children who all grew up in Zadar. When his wife passed, he had the sphinx created in her honour. It includes hieroglyphics on the crown of the sphinx, which to this day has not been deciphered. Another interesting fact- the sphinx has fingers instead of paws. I don't know the reason for this. The ...
The past few days have been a lot of shopping and food. Nothing really exciting to report on as the weather has been cooler the past two days, about 25 degrees and only partly sunny. I traveled to the town of Nin, where there was a historic Croatian festival going on. Many people were in traditional dress and performing dances and songs. An attraction of Nin is the statue of Gregory. There is ...
... had been a balmy 12C since we left Pula. All of a sudden as we crested a small rise and descended into a valley, the temperature plummeted to -2C. The fields were covered in frost. And the windows started to ice up. It was extraordinary. I've never encountered such a drop in temperature without being in an alpine mountain range. This subzero temperature continued for about another ...