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... 1998 things settled down and Croatians are moving forward. There is much to still overcome, especially now with the incoming refugees. This is difficult for all of Europe, our guide told us. “I don't know how we are going to do it.”
Croatia closed its borders for Serbians and Serbian cars. Hungarians built a wall toward Serbia so Serbs will send all all refugees to Croatia. In less than 10 days more than 80,000 refugees came into Croatia and ...
... bomb damage in Belgrade. Our guides are very good about answering our questions about the war but they are a little careful not to point fingers.
Vukovar is located on the Danube and Drava Rivers. The area the city occupies was populated even in prehistoric times, and the Romans (of course) erected the first urban settlement. But the area's advantageous geographical location made it prey to assault throughout the centuries. It was destroyed by ...
... I have to share them with others on the cruisem as I was the only one to get any reasonable shots. One that I didn't realise I had taken was of a stork that the Eagles had killed and then strung on a vine from a high branch. Apparently Eagles like their meat hung and aged!
We caught up with the boat furter up-river and continued on our way. Late afternoon tea (beer), followed by dinner followed by a local dancing troup and a cognac night cap.
... the best we could come up with resembled a "Groot Dam" with salt water.
From Vir we drove back to the mainland and found a camp site in Privlaka near Zadar. Another tiring day over, or so we thought…….into bed for a good nights sleep only to be kept awake by a disco in the park that carried on till 3.00 am. BOOM TISH BOOM TISH going through my head…..must be getting old.
... put us behind bars.Luckily neither concern was necessary. The large restaurant and playground at end of dyke were flooded. We turned left here to center of town where we found Fontana hotel.
Dave did go and check out Hotel Ieda, which he said looked lovely and cozy but was fully booked. So we checked into our second choice, Hotel Fontana.
We ended up having dinner there as well; roasted vegetable plate and delicious soup. ...