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... hotel seemed very new with spacious rooms (****** WiFi, unfortunately). We were astonished at the level of service the employees give to their guests. The only sour note was the restaurant for dinner. Not particularly vegetarian friendly. The chef produced a pasta that had salt as its main ingredient. The breakfast was fulsome and filled us for the journey onward.
The terrain changed dramatically as we continued north, ...
we stoped in Pula to say hello to Marco (old business partner of Dide) and it turned out that there was an international hockey tournament taking place in the collesiem (almost 2000 years old) between Croatia and Russia - what a treat.
Finally, made our way down to Metcovic, just in time for one day of sun on the beach, before the rain - forcast for the next couple of days.
More to follow as i need to sign off now as we need to get the car back to Metcovic.
We took the hydrofoil ferry from Venice first to Pula in Croatia and then to Rovinj. The ferry travels about 140 kilometres to Pula and then a further 40 or so to Rovinj doing the whole trip in 2 and a half hours. This boat moves quite quickly.
We loved first sight of Rovinj, lovely old buildings with narrow cobblestone lanes (somewhat tricky to walk on but with care ...
... Porec and Pula and an easy drive to each. We have carefully divided up our time to share equally between a day relaxing by the beach and a day exploring one of these three towns. The beach, to be honest, is not a beach, more of a rocky gravely cove, backed by a low promenade and pine gardens. Given the size and population of the resort it is amazing that each time we have gone down we have managed ...
... flâne encore un peu, les rues sont colorées, le linge
pend entre deux fenêtres.
Après cette étape nous prenons la route vers Rijeka, capitale de l’Istrie. Ma carte date de 2004 et n’indique pas les autoroutes, on en profitera parfois vu le prix. On suit la côte vers Zadar
et Split. Près de Senj, on campe sur les hauteurs en admirant le soleil se coucher derrière l’île de Krk ...