Grand Hotel Adriatic
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- Continental Breakfast
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... nothing as good as to what I remember from 2012. Perhaps its all down to the wet rainy weather I'm riding in today or have I just got so use to seeing such glorious scenery that I don't see it being that good anymore??
The roads were really quite flooded around here with loads of surface water and so it was pretty slow going. With so many twists and turns there was not much time to look at the scenery as all concentration was keeping the bike upright on these ...
... back to our room to chill and change before dinner. We decided to have dinner in the old town because it was our last night. So we walked around for a while trying to find somewhere that looked nice but not too exy either. We stumbled across a great little place called Temple. It was perfect! We got bruschetta with tomatoes, goats cheese and prosciutto as an entree. It was ahhhhmazing. Definitely going to make our own when we get back home. Darcy wasn't ...
... a hint of dried saliva taste. Although my palate is not as sensitive as hers, I also did not see what the fuss was about. The nearly abandoned nearby village of Kotli was worth a quick visit; the entire village appeared to be for sale.
At this season there is a surplus of accommodation available everywhere, mostly in homes or small guest houses. However, if planning the trip again, ...
... some burned out homes from the 90's war. There are still some landmines in the area too. Had a 15 minute rest stop in Sinji then went to the Astoria Hotel in Opatija. We are on the 5th floor and have a beautiful view of the coastline. It looks very similar to the view we had in Plettenberg Bay in South Africa. Had an included dinner (buffet) at the hotel since we didn't arrive here until 7:15 PM. Another early wake up call ...
... an Amphitheatre which dates back to 3rd and 4th century. We did an audio tour which explained the history of this dramatic structure.The outer walls and the chambers beneath the arena are remarkably intact despite the pilfering of stones over the centuries for other buildings.(pics) We then took a 2 hour cruise around the Biranji Islands , it was relaxing a relaxing afternoon. The ...