Hotel Villa Cittar
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... the Istrian Peninsula and ride through the Učka mountains. The Učka mountains are pretty, but not as high as the Alps. I entered Croatia and encountered the town of Buzet and took some photos. Thereafter the roads were quite windy and enjoyable to ride.
The Učka can be crossed at the Poklon pass with a height of 920 meters, and riding a good road with lots ...
... time. At about 7.30 we returned to the square where we had a wine and finger food at Harry's Cafe. We sat looking out over the huge town square area, which was very pleasant. After our huge day yesterday we weren't up for much else, so returned to our lovely room at the Savoia Excelsior to enjoy a long, hot bath and some badly needed ...
... something that we have escaped for the last 5 weeks.
We had cocktails in the bar downstairs at Happy Hour but after consuming a couple realised that the spritz's were the only drinks cheaper, that'd be right!! The Bar Tender was a champion cocktail maker and goes every year to the Ice Hotel where the competition is held, very interesting man.
We were going to eat in the ...
... colours . Then through Slovenia which has only about 30 kms of coast line important for Slovenia . To the north is Italy with Trieste closest and Venice not too far away. Croatia has about the same population as New Zealand . So then down to the Istrian Peninsular .. It is the largest peninsular in the Adriatic Sea. A heart shaped 3600 sq kms and a very important tourism area for Croatia with over a ...
... the old city. The
streets are narrow with cobble stone but, unlike Venice, they are not
After discovering the Old City, being 34 degrees, Erika decided to go back to the
boat whilst I ventured out into the modern part of Koper. Being Saturday, there
was a street market selling fruit and vegetable, a brass band and young girls
handing out glasses of vine.
The traffic was rather light but a large ...