Miljenka

Nin,Kroatien, Nin, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nin

More Churches

A travel blog entry by danielriegel

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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 ...

So far...

A travel blog entry by alanah.may

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... quite sad to see parts of the mountain where there were memorials to Croatian people murdered in the area during the Bosnian war. It was a really nice day though the higher we got to the top the colder it became, when we finally reached the top we could see the clouds below which was pretty ...

Dalmatian Coast

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning

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Today we say goodbye to Pula and head down to Zadar. It's a beautiful sunny day (again) for the four hour drive. As we head east across the peninsula, we have snow capped mountains to the north, and rugged escarpments to the south. The landscape is quite dramatic. Not quite the non-descript scenes we encountered on the drive into Istria. There are broad flat valleys surrounded by rocky ...

Still Catching up

A travel blog entry by gmamarilu

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... 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.
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Chasing the sun!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

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... on the border for Slovenian road tolls! This was checked at a checkpoint a few kilometres later, so no trying to beat the system! We drove for about an hour through Slovenia and came to the exit border. It was 1st October, which was 88 days from when we entered the Schengen zone (France). The customs official went through every single page of my passport three times before stamping it right next to the French entry ...

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