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... 45k s to join up with the road to Istria area. This country area appeared to have been in totally caught up in the fighting in the 1991-95 war as so many little hamlets had most houses derelict; riddled with bullet holes, partially destroyed and then abandoned. Some newer little houses had been built in some places and small farms were still around, but I guess those surviving and displaced may not have returned. As we moved again into the more built up area and the highway ...
... which resulted in plenty of abuse from the locals and my heart was firmly in my mouth. Intersections are the problem! Our strategy now is to approach slowly, wait for all cars to be out of sight, and then make a run for it. Opatija is a nice seaside resort which used to be one of the favourites of Austia's emperor and during the height of summer is likely to be a busy place, fortunately we have chosen a quiter time to be here. We are staying in a good hotel with seaviews and ...
... tactics of Marshall Tito. It was a nation of 8 distinct people and 6 distinct republics and 3 major religions. When Tito died in 1980, the country started to fall apart. Slovenia was the first to separate, and as their population was quite homogeneous and closely associated with Italy and Austria, their independence came quite easily after 10 days of war and less than 100 casualties. Croatia, however, was ...
... the world wars. About a third of the population still identify themselves as Italian so all signs are bi-lingual. I can instantly see the smile on Kelly’s face as her Italian knowledge is slowly coming back to her and she starts practicing Italian. Instead of jumping on the Istrian highway we chose the scenic route with many little towns and villages along the way. Interestingly they all look like forts on ...
... on a sunday, so after a quick eat, I went back to the hostel to find the room full of Swedish people. We chat about music and they seem fairly impressed that I like First Aid Kit.
Next day, I get to grips with Rijeka properly and climb the 538 steps to the religious hot spot that pope JP II came to, though I suspect he may have elected for the bus. ...
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Other places to stay in Selce
Emila Antica 78, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $101
Setaliste Ivana Jelicia 14, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $66
Mihovila Jelicica 14, Selce | 2 star hotelfrom $62
Emila Antica 24 , Selce | Hotelfrom $29
Ivana Jelicica 37, Selce | 1 star hotelfrom $53