Naturist Park Koversada Apartments
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- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
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... be back at the coast and to swim in the sea. The little town was charming and we managed two nights before they told us there was no room at the inn for us on the 3rd night so time to move on. Our beast got its first wash since being on the road. There was car washing facilities at this camp which you don't usually get. I have never enjoyed washing a vehicle so much. Not because of how clean it would become but because more water ended up on me and kept me cool! Best job in the ...
... he was eager to learn. Dusan our pool man booked dinner for us under his name at a local restaurant in the next village Piran, organised bikes for us to ride there and made sure we were charged local prices. Oh and did I say the A/C in the room works a treat.
I am so glad we moved otherwise my perception of Slovenia and its people would have been totally different. It went from rude and arrogant to happy and friendly.
... century AD) that is definitely not as big or impressive as the Coliseum in Rome, but cool none-the-less. The best part is that they still use it for movie showings and other events. And, once a week they do live Gladiator battles. Of course we missed the battle this week, but still it's awesome that the building is still in use! Also in this town is the Temple of Agustus, also built in the first century and dedicated to Augustus Caesar. The building took a direct ...
Day 4 of Croatia was spent swimming and snorkeling on a popular island called Brijuni. Hours of fun in the sun and truly relaxing! The weather has been in the 90's every day. Took the water taxi back and forth to the mainland. Went home for a couple hours and headed back downtown for shopping and dinner. The food is very different here, it's been kind of hit or miss. Often difficult to read the menus in Croatian but overall has been pretty ...
Went on a road trip to a natural spring mineral river near the village of Roć down a narrow mountain road that was just wide enough for one vehicle, scared the hell out of LeeAnn , to discover no water in the river! It was in a tiny village that was 250 years old. Met a family from Slovenia that insisted we stay and have homemade schnapps and wine, very good. They recommend a great authentic Croatian restaurant on the top of a mountain that was excellent! Returned to Pula at dark. ...