- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... to just short of the Romanian border where the owner of the field we camped in failed to mention that his fields were practice grounds for the local crossbow shooting club. As we were settling down after a nice cup of tea, we realised how the French must have felt at Agincourt. This guy who spoke not a word of English also regaled Janet with stories of the Romanian immigrant problem in his country. However as we entered Romania we discovered all the baddies had already gone ...
... and when called for lunch they were both found fast asleep on the bed. As soon as the inflatables and kayak were dry we quickly packed them away as it look like a thunderstorm was heading our way. With everything packed away just in time, the heavens opened and in 20mins it was all over. We then set off to find the town. It soon became apparent that not only had we not seen any other English on the campsite, but we were ...
... quick dash to the pool where we sent 3hrs playing. Once showered and changed we walked to the local restaurant where they had a string orchestra playing two steaks and chicken and chips for boys followed by ice cream and 3 rounds of drinks for an expensive ...
... Prior to leaving the site we ate as planned in the onsite restaurant. Michael had a Hungarian dish with duck, Harvey and Billy pasta carbonara and Jake and I pizza with two rounds of 0.5lt cold drinks all for less than £25. After the discussion last night regarding the homeless the boys decided they wanted to drop off the left over pizza to the elderly gent we passed each day. So whilst packing up we gathered a ...
... deserted at 6am. The cleanup crews had things under control. There were only a few stayers around, some still drinking, others eating and the remainder on their way home to sleep off their night.
The lady at the station made us wait 10 mins until she moved over to the international window at exactly 6:30am - opening time. No bikes to Zagreb. Bugger. We thought better so returned to the Castle, sat out on the balcony (Twas very pleasant) ...