Lidija

Address: Pirovac, Croatia, Pirovac, 22213, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Pirovac, Croatia, Pirovac.
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Travel Blogs from Pirovac

Knin: Memorable for Many Reasons

A travel blog entry by moroots on May 26, 2013

9 photos

... br> With my wallet decimated due to the pinch from the Croatian police and getting taken to the laundry (literally and figuratively) by the guesthouse we stayed at in Plitvice, before we left we loaded up on supplies in the anticipation of having a picnic once we got to Knin. We bought some bread, Croatian ham (Pršut), cheese, pate, and jam, along with some honey brandy, and of course, Pivo. We found that the folks working at the Croatian supermarkets were not ...

Croatia: The land for all Sea-Sons

A travel blog entry by kitchenshrink on Oct 21, 2011

1 comment, 84 photos

... floating cities. And now for the best stair story.



I had tried to find our final lodging site, Ava Apartment, when I was in Dubrovnik the first time. I had gone up 100 steps, down 50, up 75, down another 50 - street after street - but all to no avail. I had met numerous helpful Croatians but no apartmani. Oh well, we would find it when we returned. Well, after our 6 hour bus ride and as the sun had set in the ...

National Park wanderings

A travel blog entry by pgbilic on Jun 14, 2010

4 photos

... you can’t send it from this counter - go there; next person - no you can’t just put initials - need name on the box then go there; next person - no you can’t pay by visa - go get cash. Eventually made everyone satisfied and the box was accepted. Celebrated our success with a gelati.

So ends the European adventure.

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Split

A travel blog entry by tomshearer on Jul 03, 2007

5 photos

... by about 100 old ladies offering us accomodation. However, as the old saying goes, "never trust a lady with a beard"; we decided to head to the tourist office to find somewhere to stay. We were paired up with a man with a bike who took us to his nearby hostel whilst talking to us in rather confusing English. His rhetoric went something like: "Maybe you stay, maybe you go. I have 3 English and 2 American staying; maybe girl, maybe boy. Sorry, I speak English, little or ...

More Paradise

A travel blog entry by annastelter on Jun 30, 2007

5 photos

... it is the dalmacia coast). The old lady who owned our house was German Croatian. She spoke pretty much no English. It was fun to attempt to communicate with her in German. I think i did pretty well. Unfortunately, on the last day i had to explain to her that id lost our room key. That got confusing. she just kept on repeating: Ich muss finde ( i must find) which seemed to me like a pretty obvious thing to ...