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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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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Another bright and early start – I got up around 5am and thought I'd try loading the photos again. I figured there might be less people on the internet. I was able to load most of them then it started cutting out again – probably because everyone was getting up and checking their emails.
We got dressed and put our bags out and …
... We rested/fumed back at our apartment first. Luckily, the front door was hard to lock and was still unlocked and we had left the key under a mat by our door upstairs.
Long story short, we had to do some persuading to convince them we didn't just miss the bus. We finally found someone who spoke decent English and he luckily worked for AutoTrans, the bus company. He was going to Rijeka and took us under his wing and made sure we got on ...
... or take an 800 meter walk - why not walk? I knew that there were some waterfalls here and I like them okay but what we came upon was new and fascinating. There was a 2KM boardwalk that wound its way along various cascading waterfalls. I had never seen water flowing through trees and grass like that. It looked like everything was flooded. We took a good few hours to take it all in. A really inspiring place. We headed towards Zadar and other coastal town ...
... art piece created by a local artist. He used pipes of various lengths, widths, and angles and placed them beneath the seaside promenade. As the sea water flows in and out of the pipes, they create music. It is really beautiful to listen to, especially as we watched the sun setting over the water. It was a magical experience.
The same local artist also created another fabulous piece using nature. Greetings To The Sun is a large circle made of ...
... and a sea organ!
The light show was from solar panels heated up during the day and the sea organ was steps by the sea with holes for the water to flow through. As the waves came the pipes played. It really was rather magical.
They went for pudding at the sister hotel to theirs in the old town and had more delights. Then had a gentle walk ...