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... from Mexico who were cycling around Europe and so a good chat and a coffee was to be had.
The weather all around had turned really grey by now and looked extremely stormy. A mighty wind had also got up but the good thing was it was blowing towards the north and the same direction I was heading. However bad the weather was it certainly was not cold and the temp remained up at about 19 most of the day.
On setting up the satnav now for Rijeka it now wanted ...
... a buffalo mozzarella and tomato salad with balsamic glaze for entree and then just shared a bowl of spaghetti bolognese. We were both as full as beans! We headed home, watched a movie in bed and then crashed. The next morning we walked into old town for some brunch. I'd picked up a little traveler's guide newspaper the night before which recommended a cafe in old town so we went to check it out. It was called Figa and turned out to be really cool. We got some ...
... season biking holiday!
Our overnight stop is in just such a bay, in the Hotel Lux in Jablanac. Happily only one motorhome in sight! It turns out to be a great choice - pretty little bay with just enough custom to make it lively without being overwhelming. Mein host comes out to greet us but sadly without the free welcoming beer! Oh well, can't have everything! Rooms are comfortable with balconies, food is good and staff friendly.Shame about the giant TV on the ...
... view from the L shape balcony. I enquired about the buffet dinner and was told that since I was a guest in their Hotel the cost would be E5.00 (About A$7.20)
The dining room was beautiful with view over the pool and sea, each table covered with white table cloth and an enormous variety of food to choose from. Needless to say that I put on some weight that ...
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 ...