Hotel Park Lovran
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I decided to skip going on the motorway and take the scenic road!! Well, what a mistake this was!!
I had travelled this road in 2012 and never remember it being as busy or as boring as this was now. The first 30 or so km simply just plod along through housing estates etc with the m/way running alongside. It would have been 100% better going on the m/way.
Finally out of the boring area and I'm on the edge of the Adriatic sea. Its nice and twisty ...
We checked out of Edi's sea rooms on the morning of the 16th and headed to the bus terminal. It was a bit of a scramble as we'd slept through our alarm but we made it! As we sat down on the bus we both agreed that we probably shouldn't have stayed up so late drinking with Kyle and Caroline. Oh well! We're on holidays! We spent the next 5.5 hours on the bus, reading, sleeping, eating and looking at the amazing views. We were driving up the coast to Split so on our ...
... got Garry to steer the boat, then disappeared and left Garry a little bewildered behind the wheel. We then drove north to Rovinj and watched the sunset over the harbour with a pizza and beer. Garry was in a happy place at this point and could have settled in,however I didn't want to tackle the driving so we head back to the hotel . The receptionist helped us book at nights accommodation ...
... eating two meals heavily flavoured with truffles last night . We enjoyed Semifreddo coffees ,a burger,fries and tiramisu all for $20.00 (pic) The exchange rate works in our favour here,where as in France and Italy food was sooo expensive. We also visited Hum ,the smallest own in the world , all these villages offered similar views and history .Personally I am just about done with castles and ...
... Curicum. The walls and three Venetian city gates are still visible. There are also some really beautiful Renaissance-era buildings, the Roman baths and the cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption (from about 1100) on the square and many other Romanesque churches and buildings, castle, narrow dark streets in the old town. And then, when you take one of the gates and go beyond – you see a different world, much more modern, much more ...