Hotel Miran Pirovac

Address: Zagrebacka B.B., Pirovac, 22 133, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Zagrebacka B.B., Pirovac.
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        Travel Blogs from Pirovac

        Dubrovnik to Split then ferry to Ancona

        A travel blog entry by kerrieflett on Sep 20, 2013

        7 photos

        We got up early to enjoy a relaxed breakfast in the hotel and then caught a taxi back to the bus terminal. The traffic was horrendous as there was a huge cruise liner docked. We caught the 10 am bus back to Split and arrived before 3pm just in time to watch one of the big ferries to the islands unload and reload and a big cruise ship leave port. We ate pizza and gelato on the waterfront before making our way to ...

        A Short Road Trip

        A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Jul 19, 2013

        77 photos

        ... in Broderica, we went to Vinko's house and had a snack of Prsut (Prosciutto in Italian), cheese, and bread and made our plans for the evening. Bill and I decided to walk along the beach so I could see a little bit of the waterfront and then go to Sibenik. While walking in Broderica, we were fortunate to experience a breath-taking sunset.

        Our time in Sibenik was at night so I have no pictures of ...

        Knin: Memorable for Many Reasons

        A travel blog entry by moroots on May 26, 2013

        9 photos

        ... but continued the trend of seeing some amazing scenery along the way. Once again, the drive featured rolling hills, distant mountains, small lakes which mirrored the deep greens and stone grays, and small towns with bombed-out buildings (as it was near the border with Bosnia, this area suffered greatly in the Croatian war of independence). Once again, we were practically the only car on the road, so I didn't have to feel too bad about slowing down to admire the ...

        When the Old is New Again

        A travel blog entry by kitchenshrink on Oct 13, 2011

        3 comments, 48 photos

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        Owned by a well known Croatian Cricket star with a novel approach to recycling indoor/outdoor carpeting.

        It so happened that the "Dispenser of spirits" (many of which were made on site) shared Tracy's birth date, ...

        Krka National Park

        A travel blog entry by dell_abbs on Aug 28, 2008

        ... down to the falls. At the top of the hill we met up with a Canadian called Chet who walked all the way down with us. At the bottom we bumped into every tourist in the Balkans! There were thousands of people. The walk around the falls is a series of boardwalks, snaking round all the little pools and rapids. It eventually opens out to a huge pool with quite a big waterfall emptying into it. The pool was FULL of people elbowing eachother for space in ...