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- Continental Breakfast
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... feature is the sea organ which "plays" amazing music. Also the "greeting to the sun" glass solar powered disc is worth visiting. Both are situated in the fairly new sea wall and promenade.
Weather , once again amazingly warm and sunny!
... us and the next second she was out of the aircraft far somewhere down. Even before my brains could analyse what had happened, Grego started pushing me to get into the take off position. Ready at the take off position, I had barely 2 seconds in which Grego was making necessary adjustments for the jump, before he tilted his body on the outside sending the two of us into a freefall frenzy which lasted for around 40 sec. Initial few seconds were lost in understanding what had happened ...
Contrary to past experience when we woke in the middle of the night, last night we fell asleep immediately and forced ourselves awake around 9:15 a.m. After breakfast in the buffet, we walked into Zadar. This is s lovely old town, on the Adriatic Sea. The old part of town is quite small, easy to walk. We went through the Museum of Ancient Glass which was very interesting. It provided a history of ...
... walk somewhere close to get a bite. Approximately 1 hour later we finally found a place that severed food. Patio after patio and all they severed were drinks. No wonder we didn't see any obese people there. The next day, I bought our tickets to Prague and toured around with nothing overly interesting to report. We grabbed a quick dinner, watched a movie and I woke up filled with pure excitement. We were heading to Prague, which would be the playground for my reunion with all my girlies! ...
... and eight-month seige of the city in early '90's.
A day or so later we traveled north to Zadar. Our flight out of Croatia is scheduled from here. Yesterday we ventured inland for the first time---away from the parched coast, up and over a broad, treeless, rocky plain (that to me looked like what I think Afghanistan must look like), over a pass flanked by soaring karstic peaks into a region where there are beech, pine, and fir trees---and ...