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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
- Kids pool
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... the offseason price for the meal and wine was under $15 for 2 people.
We went to a maritime museum in the fort on the hill. It was simple but had a nice display about an Austrian passenger line (The Baron Gautsch) that was destroyed in the early days of WW1. The captain had been warned that the coast was just mined, but he disregarded the instructions and was sunk by a "friendly" mine ...
... down the quay.
Tomorrow, we have a travel day. We set out at 4:40 am and will transfer buses at Rijeka. From there we will go to Zadar, another lovely city down the Dalmatian coast. We plan on spending a couple of weeks exploring this coast. It's time to slow it down a bit and enjoy the guilty pleasure of global warming's effects. The weather should be in the 10 -15 C range (50 - 60 F).
... population 26. It claims to be the smallest town in the world that has its own mayor. I suppose it is likely that we saw the mayor, unless he was out of town. I asked our hostess whether she was the mayor, and she said no woman had ever been mayor of Hum. We spent a night in Hum, there is a nice restaurant, and our hosts were very pleasant. We sampled a truffle cream cheese in Hum, in which ...
A bit cooler and rainy this morning. Our last full day in this lovely town. We checked out the fishing fleet again when it arrived - mainly sardines and a few octopus. The guys work so hard taking the fish from huge vats and putting them in boxes, filling the boxes with ice and loading them into trucks. Apparently the fish are all trucked off to Italy for sale as Croatia only has a population of 4.1 million and Italy has 67 ...
... group dinner in Brtonigla. The restaurant was in a very small town, but was surprisingly large inside. Our meal started out with a Prosciutto, Salami, Cheese and Egg appetizer, along with bread and wine. I didn’t realize at the time that we had to pay for the wine, but that’s not a huge concern. The next course was a Pasta & Beef and Pasta & Mushroom dish. That was followed by a mixed salad. The main course was two ...