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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... blinding to oncoming traffic and so I decide to stop and adjust it. One thing Honda never got right with this bike is the adjuster for the headlight, what a nightmare it is. Its tucked away behind the fairing and the most awkward area to get ones hand into. Of course as the adjuster has not been turned in years its rather dry and rusty so even getting it to turn was a complete nightmare. Finally however I managed to lower the beam and so no more flashing of lights ...
... yes again!) and then set off to properly explore the old town. The traveler's guide had a great map with a walking route and little blurbs about all the landmarks. We explored the underground palace which was really cool and then walked up the bell tower to look over the whole town. I marched straight up the rickety stairs while Darcy clung to the handrail slowly following behind. The view was amazing! Afterwards we headed to Gaga bar for an afternoon drink. ...
... have skipped Istria.
Leaving Istria, we just happened to stop in Senj for the night, but it proved to be a pleasant seaside town. As an example of how friendly Croatians are, the man at the desk of the main hotel let us use their computer to print our Ryanair boarding pass, even though we weren't staying there. (Ryanair punishes you if you don't print your pass before arriving at the ...
... like to cruise at a steady 120 km/h but due to boredom, I found myself doing more like 130 to 140! Mind you the Mercs, Beemers and Audis still passed me. The motorway makes a kind of dog leg. I could have followed the scenic coast with a lesser distance but it would have taken much longer to get to Opatja. The signs Rijeka/Belgrade seemed to come and go for ever. As ...
... 6 miles and dropped anchor in Prklog which was a lovely long inlet totally protected with just one other boat. It felt like we could have been in a Swiss forest some where as there were so many tall pine trees. Needless to say storms arrived after midnight and we find ourselves playing scrabble at 4am in the morning ...