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What a beautiful Hotel, easy to find, great location and right on the seaside. My room is huge with a L shape balcony with view over the sea and nearby Rijeka. There is a large outdoor swimming pool and well as a heated indoor one. Fantastic buffet dinner and breakfast.Secured parking is available for an additional charge.For me it is 10 out of 10.
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Today was a long ride (440km) on the motorway from Podstrana to Opatja near RIJEKA. I woke up to a blue morning sky and was hoping that it would stay that way for the rest of the day. It was time to say good bye to Mrs Mikrut and her daughter Tanja who made me so welcome in their spotless villa.
I rode the 10km coastal road to Split before …
... go back the road I have just come and head up on a rather kind of island area and take a ferry across a short section of water. No ways was I doing that when for a few extra km there is a direct road.
The road from here is the long and twisty coast road. If there is any single km which is straight then that is long. it is simply curve after curve and in this wet weather is extremely hard work.
Two years ago I took hundreds of photos along this stretch of ...
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 ...
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