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... Italy. It is especially a
great sailing location to visit and explore while being on a cruise. With the
main land, Krk is connected via two-arch concrete bridge, which we passed by on
our way to the main harbor.
main harbor is in the town of Krk, and it provides a very well protected
shelter from wind and other climate changes. While entering the harbor, a very
strong wind was blowing so Manuela got a ...
... for a spot of lunch. Istrian sausages and local fish and chips, washed down by a rather decent glass of red. Perfect.
Pula turned out to be a real gem. We only picked it as a place to stay because it served to break the journey to Zadar. We had no idea it would prove to be so interesting.Maybe we should take some more left turns. We may discover other nuggets of gold on our journey.
... much surprised. Flash new hotel which wouldn't be out of place on the Gold Coast. For the price we paid (not very much), it would have to be the bargain of the year.
We checked in and did a bit of research on Pula (thank you Google.com). It seems there is more to the place than meets the eye. There are a number of ancient Roman Sites worth a look. And since our accommodation is superb, we've decided to spend an extra day here to do a bit of ...
... between a big truffle and a small truffle. On this trip we only found very small truffles, small enough that they let us take them home. However, the dogs definitely didn't realize they were small because they were very excited when they found one and started digging. The whole scene was a bit nuts when a dog found a truffle. Check out the video. It's terrible quality and sideways and I have no idea how to fix it, but you still get the idea. Anyway, we ...
... car because it was raining. "Zivjeli," she smiled as if the sun was shining. The Croatian version of "Cheers" i-- Zhe-Vah-Lee -- is a happy sounding word that just rolls off your tongue.
Our next stop was the highly recommended Gianfranco Kozlovic, which offered a modern tasting room that we found more interesting than their wines. We took a detour up a dirt road to the castle ruins we had spotted from the tasting room and discovered a hidden jewel: the Momjan ...