Miljenka

Address: Nin,Kroatien, Nin, Croatia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Nin,Kroatien, Nin.
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Travel Blogs from Nin

Zadar, Croatia

A travel blog entry by hippler on Dec 12, 2014

21 photos

... places to eat, gave us a quick history lesson. And we took a more scenic route and went up over the mountains near the coast. The winds here are famous for being treacherous and she was still in Rijeka because the highways were closed due to winds for 2 days. These are the winds that protected ancient pirates from the Venetian navy. The outsiders never could battle the winds and storm their fort, so these guys knew when to sail out when the ...

Krka National Park and Zadar

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Nov 24, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... people which also has a walled old city and is connected by a pedestrian foot bridge to the 'new' town. For some reason our apartment was not available so a lady took us to another place around the corner. It all was okay but at little annoying after a day of travel and exploring. Zadar was bombed quote severely during the 1991-1994 war in Croatia. The owner of the apartment had a bomb casing in the foyer with some bamboo type sticks in it. There was ...

The Beauty of Pag

A travel blog entry by emmaevans on Oct 25, 2014

... though the largest portion of the island is bare, covered in rocky ground, a small part of it is covered in macchia. There are many vallies and fields (Novaljsko polje, Dinjsko.. ) where wine and fruits are cultivated and the area of the peninsula Luna is mainly the area of olive trees, which means the manufacturing of oil is very popular on the island.

Pag Town is the largest ...

Chasing the sun!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Oct 03, 2013

8 photos

... 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 ...

87 What's in a name

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jul 16, 2013

17 photos

... yesterday asked where I was from. Australia was not a problem for him but later the conversation turned to "where were you born " I said I was born in Holland . Where is that ? he asked. Holland or The Netherlands I said,is located next to Germany. He had never heard of it. Suddenly I remembered from a previous visit to Croatia what they know The Netherlands as: I said: “Nizozemska “! Ah yes he said I know where that is. I had the ...

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