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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free parking
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We very much enjoyed the scenery, once again, en route to Zadar. After checking in at the hotel we went into the city and wanders around the walls, inside and out. The old walls are excellent but much of the inner city is modern. An excellent, ...
... Hvar are an 18 mile privately guided bike tour of the Island (by a past Croatian national bike champion on $3500 carbon fiber bikes) and a 4 hour sail and snorkeling tour of the outer islands. Our exploration of the coast treats us to magnificent Roman and Venetian era cities, sunsets, cliff driving, blue water, and the one-lane, two-way roads that make driving around old Europe (with Marcia at the stick shift controls) so peaceful and relaxing!
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... 353;čak) , which dates to the 13th century. The etymology goes like this : Latin campana latrunculorum, meaning "thieves' bell", referring to a bell hung in the tower in 1646 to signal the closing of the town gates.From there, we could see the St. Mark's Square - the center of which is St. Mark's Church. The square also houses some governmental buildings: Banski dvori (the seat of the Government of Croatia), ...
... We hope we get to see some nature spots before it turns winter.
As you can see in the pictures, we did nab some sunshine here and there and got some great weather in Zadar, down on the Adriatic coast. The view from our inn’s balcony was super-fabulous. We took about 100 pictures of it as the light changed over the harbor and bay facing the old walled city. We walked and walked all day through the old city and stopped for sunset at this ...
... story about what he did, but to make it short this is what Wikipedia said: "Gregory of Nin was a medieval Croatian bishop of Nin who strongly opposed the Pope and official circles of the Church and introduced the national language in the religious services after the Great Assembly in 926, according to traditional Croatian historiography. Until that time, services were held only in Latin, not ...