Valamar Rubin Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... 500 km of bike trails, but today we decided to stick to the coastal path heading into the national park. The dry heat and smell of the forest reminded us of Australia. All the way along the track were Rocky beaches and people swimming and sunbathing. Every now and then we would have to make a detour around the naturist parks (there were a few). Just for a laugh I was tempted to strip off and cycle naked through one of these areas but ...
... point from Italy. So we bid farewell to ham products three times a day as our slow ferry lived up to its billing with a chug out into the Adriatic Sea. The town of Rovinj was alive and buzzing when we arrived at 9.30pm. A local group was singing very loudly on a stage by the water. People were drinking, dinning and wandering the streets. The locals were friendly and everyone seemed to be having a good time. I think we are going to like it ...
... word of warning...Those kind of beach rentals become available on July first (please note the date of this blog post.)
We first find a beach next to a campground and wander in thinking we might at least find shade. We sit on the grass for awhile, leaning against a wall but it doesn't feel right so we get up and start walking. We do eventually wander to a beach with a bar and settle in for awhile but it isn't quite what we had ...
... of course, did not rain during dinner, so the boys were still lobbying to play mini-golf (the bouncy houses were shut-down), so Laura and I braved a quick round while the rain started, eventually getting hard enough that we stopped keeping score and just ran through the last several holes. At least it made the boys happy, since they were grouchy about limited sand and missing out on the bouncy houses.
It rained most of the night.
... but not reinstalled leaning against a wall. As we enter the room leading to the bell tower, I spy a small area low on the wall (easy to miss) with the remnant of a mosaic in creams, oranges and browns.
We walk past what might be a large baptismal font (can't imagine what else it might be) carved from a beautiful orange stone (that happens to match what we chose back at home for our bathroom remodel). We pass through a dark doorway and climb ...