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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Trogir
... founded by the Romans in the 3rd century ... It's an island separated by a small canal on one side and the bay inlet of the other making is a perfect place for a stratigic stronghold.... Most of it was built in the late 13th century and early 14 th.... It's very hard to keep track of all the dates, time periods, rise and collapse of empires over mutilple eras... Romans, Byzantines, Illyrians, English, Italian invasions ...ugh.. Too hard to keep ...
... the season on the San Snova. He told me that Adrian may starting his own company next year providing some sort of cultural education at various hotels. Several of the current guests were leaving and thanked Tony for his great work as a guide, so he has obviously maintained his high level of quality. September 6: Today was filled with getting prepared to sail. We had breakfast in Trogir, then packed and transferred via taxi to the town of Marina and to Agana Marina (confusing ...
... We were head on with a van and slammed our breaks, luckily they did too. We had sore backs and necks but carried on to the petrol station to fill up for our trip. We realised we had a flat tyre so had to go back to the car rental for them to sort it out.
We were finally safe and heading to Dubrovnik both really sick with a bad cold. We stopped in Makarska ...
... when the wifi didn't seem to be working. After about another half hour dealing with a handful of people who spoke little to no english, the wifi problem was fixed and we actually had a place to stay for the next two nights! Feeling relieved, we returned our rental car and like so many things in Croatia to this point, things were a bit challenging. Jason had preferred to pay cash for the car and had confirmed this in Rovinj where ...
... No primmer years - they are straight into real learning.
Their flat is a only 60sqm for a family of 5. Luxton place at 300sqm to her sounded like a palace - it is known by some friends as Hotel Mortimer.
We arrived on time into Split at 1905 our first view was a 'wow' moment. The train station in Split is pretty basic and were grateful for Katarina's help in checking that the man who was ...