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... s often unwelcome imperial power over Zadar until the Venetian Republic’s fall in 1797.
Your city tour of Zadar includes a memorable stroll along the marble, pedestrian-only streets of Old Town, where you’ll discover the medieval churches for which the city is famous including St. Donatus’ Church, an imposing, round, stone building dating from the ninth century, and the Cathedral of St. Anastasia, a Romanesque-style ...
... 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 ...
... and found a bug that looked like it was suck to a leaf so we thought we would be nice and un-stick it but then found it was actually meant to be like that and had a looooooong discussion about it. People must have thought we were total weirdos! Once the boat finally arrived we spent most of the time discussing how we could throw our guide "accidentally" off the boat. We were running rather late now and were so ready to go home but we had one more stop Primosten.
Today we were off to Krka National Park but first we had a stop in Sibenik. The day started off really weird and it didnt get much better when it came to our guide. She was a total crazy and really unprofessional! She didn't bother to ask if we had paid or even read the paper receipt which stated PAID IN FULL but rung the agency and while I was talking to her in Croatian and she ...
... 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 ...
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