Guest House Riviera Hotel

Splitska 1 , Pula, Istria, 52100 , Croatia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pula

Time in our favorite Coastal Town, Rovinj Croatia

A travel blog entry by hartmangoseedo


... favorite dishes, a Croatian goulash and many other dishes. She also surprised me and made two large loaves of Orah Njaca. This walnut pastry was something my Croatian grandma (my dad's mama, Cookie Grandma, that lived to be 94) made for us my entire life. This was so special as I have not had that taste since she passed away in 1994. That night Mike, Ivana and I walked to town to the M.I.S. Bar for a drink. We always visit this place when we go to Petrinja. Again, so much like being ...

Beautiful weather for sightseeing in Pula

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning


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The Twin Gates and the Arch of Sergian have been integrated into the rest of the city. It's amazing to see everyone walking beneath them as if they were just another part of the city, not relics some 2,000 years old. You can still make out the details of the friezes which adorn them. It is like being on a Hollywood movie set.

After seeing the Temple of Augustus we found a ...


A travel blog entry by karenbrian


... of reference to find each other..usually the place we arrive at when we disembark etc.....we lost each other while we went off on different errands at Milano I waited at the place of thing I am being paged in Italian!!!! We did happen across each other before I worked that out!
The bus trip from Trieste to Pula was definitely one of the best ever....lovely green countryside of Slovenia with Slovenic music on the bus radio. Typical ...

Your flight to Pula has been cancelled.

A travel blog entry by moroots


... the employees that caused the cancellation. [Insert inflammatory union-bashing comment here]. They got about 20 people on a 50 person bus, and we were off to Pula. It rained most of the way there, which must have been an omen. We both slept a good portion of the three hour drive, but woke up every so often to admire the scenery.

Unknowing that the bus drive would basically take us wherever ...


A travel blog entry by xplorersarah

... South East Asia you are considered elite if you can speak English as usually only wealthy people can afford to learn or you become wealthy by speaking English. It's the cool language to learn. Everywhere I've been there has been English language songs playing on the radios and people's ringtones are also often English language music too. For many people they must be singing along to songs and have no idea what they're ...

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This hotel, located on Splitska 1 , Pula, is near The Arena in Pula, The Franciscan Church (Ljubljana), Triumphal Arch of Sergius, and Kastel.
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