Grand Hotel Duchi D'Aosta
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... sample the goods. I'm more than content to stay in the van, I have a feeling that they may get carried away with the sampling.
The following morning, stomach rumbling, I checked my watch - 8 am - they were late. I gave a little "woof" just to remind them. Suddenly, as if in a hammer horror movie, two disembodied ghoul like heads levitated above the duvet. Poor old Meister, it was his turn. Red eyed and hardly bushy tailed, he managed, with ...
... were given an upgrade, must be a Kiwi thing as they don't see many in these parts. Today we headed out to explore Krk Island which has one. of the longest bridges at 1.4kms connecting it to the mainland. We visited a number of lovely seaside villages, each with pretty harbours, boats of all ages, sizes and values, and boulevards lined with cafes and market stalls. The water is crystal clear and a deep blue, Croatia is certainly living up to its reputation. On our return we ...
... country roads, sharp turns and s bends. It started off with a very fast mini train drive for 2km inside the cave. At one point we starting to think we got ripped off because the train was going so fast, only to find out there is a station in the actual cave to which you get off and a walking tour then starts. The place was huge, a real mouth opener. Alot of the formations are thousands of years old, with a network of caves going for ...
After a morning of lounging around reading our books and watching the world go by, we eventually walked into town. Koper is a maze of tiny alley ways with every one of them having tiny restaurants and cafes dotted down them. Being a Sunday it was very quiet with few shops open, however there was still a lot of locals around enjoying the sun. Deciding to eat out for lunch we found a nice place in front of the harbour, had a few ...
... Explored the town, with all its cute little alleyways, finding a sunny spot on the sea front to devour our packed lunch, before continuing our look around town. By afternoon it was time to continue north, saying goodbye Croatia and hello Slovenia... crossing the border into yet another country. Both of us increasing our geography knowledge, realising just how short ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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