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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... dry and I was able to have some fun on the curves. I stopped on a number off occasions to photo and take in many of the wonderful little towns along the way, many of which were built on little river openings where the river runs into the sea. Of course just like all the Adriatic the colour of the water was that beautiful sea blue and just begs one to go swim in it.
By 3pm its starting to get rather dark and one thing I know is that my UK left pointing headlight ...
... a buffalo mozzarella and tomato salad with balsamic glaze for entree and then just shared a bowl of spaghetti bolognese. We were both as full as beans! We headed home, watched a movie in bed and then crashed. The next morning we walked into old town for some brunch. I'd picked up a little traveler's guide newspaper the night before which recommended a cafe in old town so we went to check it out. It was called Figa and turned out to be really cool. We got some ...
We headed west from Zagreb into Istria on some wonderful highways with tunnels, viaducts and cliff-hugging sections with spectacular views. (South of Rijeka, a few days later, the views would be even more spectacular). Once off the expressway, each collection of two or more houses seems to have its own name, all signposted and connected by a web of narrow, winding roads. The only catch is that ...
... The Colosseum is used today for concerts and other activities. The music cannot be too loud or it will destroy the structure. We then walked around old town seeing the three Roman gates. Had a coffee break before heading to our next stop, Rovinj. We walked around the small waterfront area following Rick Steve's tour. We bought a bottle of wine and some cheese at the market and sat by the harbor and ate ...
... an Amphitheatre which dates back to 3rd and 4th century. We did an audio tour which explained the history of this dramatic structure.The outer walls and the chambers beneath the arena are remarkably intact despite the pilfering of stones over the centuries for other buildings.(pics) We then took a 2 hour cruise around the Biranji Islands , it was relaxing a relaxing afternoon. The ...