Bluesun Hotel Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... back in Prague, Clovis. We knew she was going to be there and was hoping to run into her and we did! The three of us then began to hike up a hill that overlooks the city to see the view. It was a long way up but the views were definitely worth it. I believe seeing a city from above is one of the best ways to truly appreciate what all a city has to offer. After this, we walked back down to eat a restaurant by the harbor. I ordered some traditional Croatian food, ...
... sort of screw up. And we were suppose to register or un-register or de-register or re-register and we should've got something stamped that wasn't or vice versa. Who knows…we don’t.
So the not-so-happy magistrate pulls out a pad of paper with duplicate forms on it and starts writing. She asks us our father's names and a bunch of other weird questions and writes up some document in Croatian. Once done, she tells us we are guilty. Her words.
We have ...
What an absolutely fantastic little place Brela is. We have a four bedroom apartment, each bedroom with an ensuite (retro looking). Quite comfortable and here for two nights. Wayne and I again have a kitchen in our room as well as the outdoor dining room. We like to keep up the tradition from Dubrovnik.
After arriving we walked down to the beach for a swim - all except me as the water was freezing ...
... dog show! This was going to be a first. The show was held at the large sports grounds, there were tents everywhere with unbelievable dog set ups inside. There was the main show arena in preparation for the finals. We made it in good timing, Antea and her group had just come on stage and were performing a burlesque dance routine. After their dances Croatia’s number 1 female pop artist took the stage and the public were invited to join in with her and ...
... city the kids had a go on ride on horses, a kind of push cart (we had also seen them in Split at the shopping centre).
We had a drink at the main hotel, met by Sandra and her husband, then walked back home in the late evening.
Livno has about 20,000 people and feels very industrial, an old communist type town, particulalrly in the centre. Apparently, the jobless rate is quite high, due to the main factories closing down. The town certainly shows this impact.