- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... is similar to the name of the village today, Buzet. Ivanna pointed out a couple of abandoned stone houses along the way. She said that many of these abandoned houses and estates were bought up. The developers saved the shell of the houses and put in modern amenities & pools. They have become very popular getaways for those with 3,000€ and up per week. We traveled along the Mirna River to the hill top city of Motovun. The region has a lot of lush forests known ...
... Foreign Legion mercenaries to the playing field. In 1995, Operation Storm was authorized to go in and take back the Serbian satellite state and reunite Croatia. It had the backing of the United States. They made a corridor for Serbs to leave the area back to Bosnia. This war lasted only a few days. The Muslims and Croats had joined together against their common enemy. The Croats wanted to finish the Serbs while they were at their weakest, but the international ...
Did a little grocery shopping today and went out to lunch a Chinese restaurant. Another scorching day in the heat wave led us to the beach again. Tony drove us to a National Park south of Pula and swam and snorkeled again. Then we went back to the City Center and went through zerostraße (zerostrasse) which ...
With so much going on, we haven't updated you in a while. I'll give a short summary here, and as time allows I'll go back and post photos from our stops.
- After leaving Portugal, we stopped in Bilbao, Spain for a visit to the Guggenheim museum.
- Driving north through France, we stopped for a couple days at some of the D-Day beaches in ...
Today we drove through the winding roads in the mountains to the island of Cres. This is where the Kroncich's immigrated from. The ride was ridiculous. Two hours of curvy roads along side cliffs that would often go down to one lane. I pretty much lost it. Everyone was so fed up with my anxiety attacks they forced me to drink a bottle of wine on the way down. It helped. As soon we arrived into the village of Nerezine there ...