Travel Blogs from Biograd na Moru
So today we check out from our apartment in Split, photocopy a form we need, and pick up our very small hire car! Last Minute Rentals is a little like Rent a Wreck... But despite the windscreen wiper falling off, plastic fragments falling out of the boot door, and a missing rear brake light, all looks good as we take on the Croatian traffic, in a manual car! With a few stressful moments in the old town area of Split, we manage to get on the road and reach Trogir, ...
... the most stunning scenery around us which deserved exploring. By the evening we needed some food, so scrounged together an awfully daggy outfit from our only dry options. We had put our washing on earlier, where it came out dryer than when it went in.
Literally, just as we opened the door to walk to town, it absolutely poured. We paced the house feeling our fury and bitterness bubbling up aimed at the universe. Our options were plain pasta with ...
... nature than just going and plopping down in the middle of it. Going somewhere close would allow us the flexibility to either stay overnight or come on home, depending on how it went.
As it turns out, we didn't exactly stick to our plan. We have some friends who live in California but are Croatian by birth and own property here in Croatia. One of them is building a house in Broderica, which is ...
... whales and is beautiful. While we are there we see Santa and are quite surprised as we didn't realise that he holidays in Croatia. Zadar in Italian is Zara and has 71,200 people. Zadar is located on a peninsula on the Dalmation Coast to the island of Uglijan about 130 km northwest of Split. The city is best known as a tourist resort but there is also a port with a fleet, engineering, textile and food industries. Zadar has several historic buildings ...
... we reach the car, my new hosts take no time whatsoever in re-acquainting me.
As soon as I reach around for my seatbelt (and receive a withering stare from Drele), Vid reaches a thick hand into the back seat and scrounges for the neck of a wine bottle. Drele presents the carbonated water and a set of paper cups. "It's a Croatian tradition," he insists, "along with terrible sausages and teenage pregnancy."
Other places to stay in Biograd na Moru
Tina Ujevica 7, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $120
Tina Ujevica 5 - 7, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $108
Tina Ujevica 7, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Augusta Senoe 42 , Biograd na Moru | 3 star hotelfrom $107
Setaliste Kneza Branimira 32, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $127
Ivana Mesrovica 1, Biograd na Moru | Hotelfrom $108
Augusta Å enoe 25, Biograd na Moru | Hotelfrom $76
23000 Biograd,Croatia, Biograd na Moru | 4 star hotelfrom $76
Vlahe Bukovca 3, Biograd na Moru | Hotelfrom $76