Travel Blogs from Selce
The last few days of the workstay were a bit of a blur of painting, riding and getting ready to be on our way. We were sad to be leaving the farm but also SO done with working! We'll miss Marie and the critters and how nice and quiet it was. Mike rode a few more horses and gained a new cat friend he named Chainsaw due to its attraction to him specifically when he was chainsawing large piles of lumber. ...
... So the spelling of streets were a bit off. However once I figured out the language on the map was different than the language on the street signs I was able to maneuver with a little more
confidence that I was heading in the right direction.
After dropping my gear at the hotel I figured I better get out there and see what this city has to offer. The first thing that stuck out in this city was the Cathedral of the ...
... building. It is close to the cathedral and so Paul heard the chimes of the bells, apparently every 15 minutes. We have since discovered how to close the windows and block out the lovely sound... We picked our two lovely German friends up, they had a nice flight and jumped on the next bus back to Zagreb. It was very full. I sat next to a lady who had just farewelled her daughter until Christmas. Her daughter was to ...
... was mostly inland until we pulled in at Zadar for lunch. The town was gorgeous and we spent half an hour wandering around the walled centre, through the narrow alleys and around the waterfront. We were sold - deciding we both quite liked this Croatia place, already!
For the last half hour of our drive to Split, when we were treated to breath-taking views of the coastline – thin strips of white pebbles, bound on one side by the turquoise ...
... a 5er on it being bribe related or something... Anyway, hello Zagreb! We were warned by our awesome waitress/guide Jelena on our boat down south that Zagreb would be a ghost town this time of year.... How right she was! Arriving on a weekend there was literally no one around. Not even noises coming from apartments. The traffic on the highway, and the weather would suggest everyone high tails it to the coast of a weekend. Anyway, we were happy with the subdued ...
Other places to stay in Selce
Emila Antica 78, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $148
Setaliste Ivana Jelicia 14, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Mihovila Jelicica 14, Selce | 2 star hotelfrom $76
Emila Antica 24 , Selce | Hotelfrom $29
Ivana Jelicica 37, Selce | 1 star hotelfrom $62