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... take but looking at the map there are a few nice routes through Slovenia which I might just do. I was hoping to stop off at my friends biker hotel in bad Lauterberg in Germany but sadly he is closed and also heading for UK so its a no go.
I still have about 10 days to get home but looking at the alps its extremely snowy there at the moment so i think best avoided and just stick to motorways and main roads through Europe but only time will tell.
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... we had views of enormous mountains and on the left the beautiful water. We arrived in Split around 1.30pm and had no idea where to go. We decided to just hop in a cab. He drove us about 5 minutes and then said he couldn't go any further as cars weren't allowed. He gave us some good directions to our accommodation and we found it very easily. It was a relief not to get lost for once! We checked into our room and were surprised at how big it was! The decor was a ...
... spirits too much. First coffee stop was the excellent motorway services just after Ljubljana - temptingly good food, cheerful, helpful staff! Why can't GB manage this?
A bit more motorway, then off on the 6 towards the Croatian border and our lunch stop in Rijeka. The city is an urban sprawl with a large port, noisy and busy but with some impressive, if somewhat faded, Italianate architecture. We find a nice little trattoria with good food to ease the stress ...
Today was a long ride (440km) on the motorway from Podstrana to Opatja near RIJEKA. I woke up to a blue morning sky and was hoping that it would stay that way for the rest of the day. It was time to say good bye to Mrs Mikrut and her daughter Tanja who made me so welcome in their spotless villa.
I rode the 10km coastal road to Split before hitting the ...
Krk Island is the largest of the Adriatic islands, with an area of 409 sq km. To get here you have to go through a paid bridge that links the island to the mainland. And after the bridge stop and admire the most beautiful view of crystal-clear water, mountains, and majestic nature.
We found an accommodation in Omisalj, a village that was enclosed by wall (you can still see some of it), with a square with a 17th century ...