Fortuna Island Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
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... it as Jago would never have forgiven me. So settled for lunch and a swim in the sea instead. For dinner we struck gold. We were lucky to get a table at Tipico. The staff were great, everyone in the kitchen even the washing up lady seemed to be enjoying themselves. The guy at the bar usually ate there but was today filling in as his friend was sick and most importantly the food was absolutely delicious. We all agreed it was our best meal so ...
... point from Italy. So we bid farewell to ham products three times a day as our slow ferry lived up to its billing with a chug out into the Adriatic Sea. The town of Rovinj was alive and buzzing when we arrived at 9.30pm. A local group was singing very loudly on a stage by the water. People were drinking, dinning and wandering the streets. The locals were friendly and everyone seemed to be having a good time. I think we are going to like it ...
... word of warning...Those kind of beach rentals become available on July first (please note the date of this blog post.)
We first find a beach next to a campground and wander in thinking we might at least find shade. We sit on the grass for awhile, leaning against a wall but it doesn't feel right so we get up and start walking. We do eventually wander to a beach with a bar and settle in for awhile but it isn't quite what we had ...
... had swum out and proceeded to get on several of the pieces only to get the attendant's whistle. It took them a while, but they eventually realized that he was not whistling at them because they were getting on or off wrong, but because they had not paid for wristbands. So beach access was free, but everything else required an extra fee, kind of like flying coach.
After cooling off in the water, I took the boys to find ice cream and ...
... up to the bell tower.
After descending, we tour the various rooms of the Bishop's Palace - one that seems totally out of place with more "modern" baroque interior design with mint green walls. Continuing through another room displaying period clothing and on to an window overlooking the famous mosaic floor that is exposed outdoors, but roped off for protection.
After what seems like must be the end of the tour, we notice a sign for ...