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Not a great place to stay unless Winter. Very old hotel with no fans or aircon. Like an episode of the Shining.
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We did Pula on a day trip from Rovinj on our 2nd day. Pula is famous for its Roman amphitheater, described as one of the best 6 preserved in the world. It was only a ...
... squares, museums, churches, and crowds, we're finally on the sea... the Adriatic to be exact. And even though it's December, it's amazing. It's once again unseasonably warm and we're in a former fishing village turned tourist town. It's still a fishing village and there are no tourists now, which is fine by us.
It's an old Venetian town, so it has narrow cobblestone streets/paths ...
In the afternoon we walked around past the fishing boats and the men were fixing the nets, cutting and mending, and getting the nets ready to drop for the next day.
Walked around the the foreshore for a few kilometres and saw a huge sailing ship which had come in. There are a lot of private yachts calling in each night and mooring. A friend of David's from NZ has just been sailing down the Dalmation coast.
... I wasn’t expecting to see.
The group gathered outside the hotel at 09:00 and made the downhill walk to the transit bus, which took us to the bottom of the hill where Peter was waiting in our tour bus. After a drive of about two hours, our first stop that day was Pula, where we had a walking tour with a local guide named Marya. We covered the Roman Amphitheatre, underground section and several other significant historic sights ...
A few weeks ago, I hosted my long time Russian friend Rinat and his beautiful wife Leisan at my tiny apartment in Prague and we had so much fun that I decided to invite them over to share my fun roadtripping in Croatia!
So the plan was pretty vague: They would join me in the Capital, Zagreb, and then we would rent a car there and drive down on the coast all the way to Dubrovnik. He added that he really wanted to visit ...