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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... 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 ...
... up towards St. Euphemia church, at the top of the hill on this small peninsula. Every now and then you can peek out and see an alley that leads to the sea where a boat can park. It rained the first night we arrived but we didn't mind. It was the sea.
And for a Saturday night, it was dead, but we didn't mind. It was the sea. One restaurant was still open and we split a pizza and ...
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... drive too fast, in my opinion, turning me into a nervous wreck after a couple of days.
Istria's interior is most famous for its hilltop villages. We visited Buzet, Motovun, Oprtalj, and Grasisce. Some had too many tourists, most of the churches weren't open, some had buildings that had been renovated "inappropriately." The best of the hilltop villages may have been Groznjan, something of ...
... in smaller rooms. That’s something that’s been common on this tour. Once the group is all together with everyone talking, the decibel level approaches that of two F-18 Super Hornets taking off with full afterburner! I've seen two F-18's taking off with afterburner, so I know what that sounds like. I may have to pack earplugs to group dinners from now on. It really is a problem for me, but I suppose it's inevitable with a group ...