Villa Marija Novalja
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... about Zadar is the "Sea Organ" and the Sun Salutation. This is an installation in a public park at the end of the peninsula on the sea. It's a 35 pipe organ that's under the pavement. When the water moves, it creates waves through pipes that "fuel" the organ. It's a subtle sound and pretty cool as you walk along the sea. When a boat moves past, the organ gets louder and more notes are played.
The Sun Salutation is a solar ...
... book about the war period also with some tough looking photos. We were recommended a fish restaurant in the old town and it turned out to be a perfect place for us. Christine had a trio of monk fish, sea bass and St Pierre...while I had a Croatian specialty called pašticada (beef). Zadar is know for its Sea Organ which is where they have installed pipes at the waters edge and as the water moves around it creates music. I went to listen at night. Good ...
Directly with owners vs small agencies vs big agenciesBooking apartments directly with owners can be hit or miss. Part of the owners take tourism very seriously, putting giant effort and money to increase customer satisfaction with a goal to increase the base of repeat business and word of mouth recommendations. But, there are also apartment owners that see the business as an easy money coming from the properties they ...
... br> Mais aller à Plitvice s'est avéré pas mal compliqué, toute une aventure que je vous raconterai dans un autre article. Le résultat est qu'il a fallu que je reste plus longtemps que prévu sur place, ce qui a fini par être une très bonne chose! D'abord Guillaumette, une autre habitante de l'auberge, voulait aller à une des îles juste en face de Zadar. Comme j'avais du temps à tuer elle m'a tordu le bras pour que je vienne avec elle (non je plaisante), et ce ...
... Like I said before, I didn't have a seat reservation. But I lucked out, sort of. When I got there in plenty of time, I killed some time in the station then got in the last car of the train and decided to work my way forward looking for open non-reserved seats. First compartment, boom. Open seat. Zing. Sat down, two Americans next to me just getting done with Peace Corps, and two English girls. One other girl from Scotland. English speaking people for ...