Luna Island Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We very much enjoyed the scenery, once again, en route to Zadar. After checking in at the hotel we went into the city and wanders around the walls, inside and out. The old walls are excellent but much of the inner city is modern. An excellent, ...
We thought we would still have fun, even out of season but everywhere (and I mean everywhere) was closed. It was like the entire country had "gone away".
The country is absolutely beautiful and the sea clearest I have ever seen but we didn't feel welcomed and the place somehow lacked warmth. Perhaps these would be there if we had visited in "holiday ...
... When I came back Kerry and Anton were gone for showers as well. The girl at reception said this hot weather was not usual which was interesting to find out. Sat 15 Aug Today was for relaxation and recuperation. We did washing and got groceries and gas so we are ready early tomorrow to head towards the National Park. I have finally got time to write my blog which I love to do. Tonight we will have a re-match of euchre our card game. Watch out for the ...
... you pay tolls to drive on the roads because the infrastructure is so advanced here. There are multiple car tunnels through mountains. Makes it a lot easier to drive through then up and then down the mountain again. We also had to buy a vignette driving pass to get through Austria. That seems stupid but the roads here are so well built and maintained that it makes sense. It makes Canada and especially Saskatoon seem like a third world country when it comes to roads ...
... have what they call "permanents", people who pay to retain a pitch, but it is the end of the season and most campsites are closing anyway. We stopped and asked several people on side streets but no one would take him.
We were reaching our wits end because to travel through countries with a 4 week old kitten would be almost impossible. Finally, we drove to Ouza Meira, a popular campsite but with no permanents and to ...