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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Dubrovnik to Split then ferry to Ancona

A travel blog entry by kerrieflett on Sep 20, 2013

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... for our crossing to Ancona Italy. It was a gorgeous sunny day and tonight there is a spectacular full moon. We have a spacious outside cabin with shower, toilet, table, chairs and bunk beds and are due into port at about 7 am tomorrow. We thoroughly enjoyed Croatia. Gary was especially delighted as he thought that I was taking him somewhere terrible - he still has memories of my dragging him to Naples last ...

A Short Road Trip

A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Jul 19, 2013

77 photos

... share. There are things to see in Sibenik, though, so we will eventually go back during the day to spend more time there.

The next day, we got an early start so that we could see as much of Krka as possible. In fact, we got such an early start we got there before it opened and drove through the gate with no information about the place at all. This is how we ended up driving down a ...

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 ...

When the Old is New Again

A travel blog entry by kitchenshrink on Oct 13, 2011

3 comments, 48 photos

... few years younger, and so made our dinner a night to remember.
The lamb, cabbage and potatoes were slow cooked in the peka and served with the house wines - both red and white - and the world's freshest bread. Ante and I bumped hands as we vied for the ribs. Did I mention that we imbibed the local brandy (WHEW) before we even began eating in the 100 year old room next to the restaurant with the resident Jack ...

Krka National Park

A travel blog entry by dell_abbs on Aug 28, 2008

... I think our idea was that we would go to the park and have it more or less to ourselves, then go for a splash in the water with one or two others... this was not to be. It was HEAVING with bodies. After a couple of swims and a rest in the shade we decided to take the bus up the hill to the entrance... basically too lazy and hot to walk! Our bus ride back was with an entreprennerial man in his mini bus. He waited til the bus stop was full and 5 minutes ...