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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kolovare Zadar
I rated this hotel a as 1 star only because their isn't a way of giving a less and the hotel dud have front door.
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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!
In the few weeks before we left on the trip. Marcia and I started to hear from many friends that their spring and summer trips this year were to Croatia. When I got here i understood why.
Croatia has decided that its fate lies in becoming European party central. It has turned all of its old walled cities into tourist traps, deepened its harbors so that yachts and cruise ships can dock, made sure all of its kids and taxi drivers can speak perfect English (and 3 or ...
... no passengers have been injured while riding it in over a century.
b) Zagreb’s oldest organized public transportation system, debuting a year before horse-drawn trams.
c) at 66 meters long, it’s the shortest funicular in the world! The trip is brief – lasting just 64 seconds"
Next stop- the unique Museum of Broken Relationships ! It is an ode to failed love relationships boasting a array ...
... why Croatians speak such good english. On Sunday we strolled through the Old Town before settling on a patio close to the water for lunch. Our beers arrived and they were magnificent. It turned into the perfect Sunday afternoon. We chatted about everything over a few pints, people watched and just took in the rays. We spent the rest of the day enjoying Sangria on our patio and phoning Emile's guy friends from back home. Listening to guy friends catch up is the best. They're ...
... bath, but we loved it. Mostly---we loved Maria. She lived upstairs with her adult daughter, Zell, a teacher. One day they had us up for lunch---a marinated stew-meat dish served with little potato flour dumplings---pasticada and gnocchi---polished off with a flask of her homemade rose petal brandy.
We enjoyed morning coffee at a little outdoor (they are all outdoor) coffee bar next to the market. Old---and not so old---men hung out, nursing ...