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Wednesday, August 29
For some unknown reason, I was insistent that my Croatian itinerary include staying at one of the legendary islands I had heard about.
My friend and I set out from the meditative place of Mostar, Bosnia and set out back for the Adriatic Coast (a land we came to consensus is utterly beautiful …
After breakfast, explore Zadar—one of Croatia’s true hidden jewels. Originally founded as a Roman colony, this charming peninsula town is replete with 2,000 years of architectural treasures. You’ll view Roman ruins dating back to the third century BC, when the Holy Roman Empire ruled the city, and the 16th-century fortified walls built on three sides of the city by Venetians to defend against invading Turks—a prominent remnant of ...
... would have such breathtaking scenery.
Finally made it into Zadar. We only have one night here as we want to push on to Split tomorrow. Still, more than enough time left in the day to do a leisurely walk around the town center to get a feel for the city. Maybe find a cosy bar for a glass of wine or two. If we like the place maybe we'll stay on our way back up to Zagreb and Budapest.
... on Sunday. St Frances visited Zadar, so they built a church for him. I had a few days to finish my book and get a few other reports done that were due that week. We had our 100 questions on Croatia quiz on Wed night and left Thurs for Rome.
... while she looked for a card shop and then she would come and get hers cut. The hairdresser spoke English and I told her I wanted a No 5 cut. She put the attachment on her clippers and took a sweep along the side of my head. 'Whoa! Number 5 please.’ She took the comb off and showed me it was No 5. I knew there were different sizes for European shoes and clothes but never thought it would also apply for hair clippers. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service