Bluesun Hotel Maestral
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... it overlooks two valleys and prevents access to mountains and passageways through them to the land behind it. It was last used in WWII when Italians and Germans occupied it and since 1990, the Croation flag has flown from it. Leja and I enjoyed the fort and met some other GATLA participants there. The weather was coming in over the mountain and we made it back to the car without getting too wet. ...
... except that it is very old and has been held by essentially every past ruler of Croatia at one time or another - the Venetians, the French, the Austrians, and so on. What we do know -- or more accurately what Kim and I know -- is that many of the dragon scenes with Daenerys in Game of Thrones are filmed at this fortress! So we packed a picnic lunch and spent an hour or so wandering around the fortress, exploring and taking pictures of where we hope ...
... that had a bear and a fox on a sign near them. At first we thought it was a county symbol. After we had passed a couple we realised they were bridges for bears and not foxes but wolves! We had no Idea bears and wolves were in this part of Europe! We sadly didn't see either of them.
The hills got bigger and bigger. Suddenly they were a low mountain range stretching as far as we could see. We got closer to them then the road ...
... water. I ordered a very good pizza and beer, trying to use up my kunas. I ended up with about 100 kuna leftover ($20 – the rate is 5 to 1 USD). That evening, we all had dinner with Simon’s dad, who had been left on his own all day. From there, we went out for one last hurrah, since they are all leaving in Venice- every single one of my cruise friends. Fortunately Michelle is coming to town, so I will have that to look forward ...
... styles (the 2nd one was domino, the 3rd was backwards, etc.). It sounds simple, and it was, but there were over 3000 people participating. I happened to stumble upon it and asked around to figure out what it was, then decided to participate. $4 got me entry, and a bag of goodies. I found my spot in the line and befriended the family next to me. Natasha, the mom, asked me "did you bring sunscreen?" ...