Hotel Omir

Serda Dobrica 6, Pula, Istria, 52100, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Serda Dobrica 6, Pula, is near The Arena in Pula, Triumphal Arch of Sergius, Kastel, and Double Gate / Twin Gate (Dvojna vrata).
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Travel Blogs from Pula

Sun, sea and neckid people

A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Aug 07, 2014

6 comments, 9 photos

... of his giant back legs, which seriously curtails his hopping skills.

But here it's wonderful to be on the seashore. Very peaceful, no music except for the gentle murmur of the sea. The patrons are all content to simply commune, some of them quite literally, with nature.



I buy a set of swim goggles and spend the whole day in and out of the sea. The water is warm and not very ...

Motovun

A travel blog entry by tessloncar on Jul 30, 2014

7 photos

... I've barely had them before Motovun. Every meal included truffles. I had truffles and chicken, truffles and pasta and even truffle soup. My mouth literally waters when I think back on the food I ate there. Damn. Also, my trip to Europe has allowed me to discover a love for red wine, which makes me feel more mature than usual. Finally becoming a vino expert I'd like to think ahah. Did some fun things like shopping for wine and truffles, and also visited the film ...

Pula day 2 and onto Rijeka

A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Jul 28, 2014

3 comments

Day 2 in Pula we went into the Colosseum - one of 5 best preserved in the world. At one time it was to be taken to Venice. The building began in 31BC by Augustus, enlarged by Claudius & completed in 96 AD by Flavius. There was an exhibition of Amphora vessels - hundreds found that were made to hold mostly olive oil. Master potters made them and they had a point on the bottom to fit into a stand. The capacity was ...

Pula day one

A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Jul 24, 2014

1 comment

We had a bus trip from Ljubljana to Divaca, train to Buzet & another to Pula. We climbed high into the Croatian mountains into Istria. Passed through small towns with terra cotta round tiles on stone buildings, olive groves &veg gardens. Train arriving in Pula was late & we had a bit of a walk & at the roundabout the colosseum appeared! It is stunning.Bit of a mix up with our reservation & no room at the inn. The ...

Croatia - Pula

A travel blog entry by nathbhoy on Jun 25, 2014

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We had an early morning (7am) rise in order to make the lift that the hostel had arranged for us to Pula. This lift was a dream and only cost 7Euros each. I (Sam) even managed to watch a film in the back of the retired guys brand new Golf! We arrived at the Art Hostel and it was very much ‘under construction’ and frustratingly our life line (wifi) did not reach the anywhere with the dorm. We went into town ...