Hotel Sveti Kriz
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Another day in beautiful Croatia!
We woke up in Stari Grad and ate some breakfast. As the boat sailed towards Trogir, Petra gave a very informative and passionate lecture on the "History of Croatia". It was especially powerful to hear from someone who has lived through the war and had family members on opposing sides. Petra talked about how there are so many different versions of Yugoslavia and the war. Children are not taught about it ...
... predetermined by where I was born, not by how hard I work. Meeting so many people, much more educated and intelligent than myself, underemployed due to the lack of the same opportunities I have received. Seeing so many places that in less than a generation have had their society, economy and population ripped apart by genocide, war or politics is a powerful reminder that the freedoms, prosperity and peace that we enjoy at home are not an inevitability. Throw a dart at a map of the ...
The last 2 streets were tiny, tiny, tight streets with cars parked in them to increase the degree of difficulty. Trev did a great job to get us in! Now Phil has to get us out in the morning!
We have a 2 bed apartment which turns out to be up 2 flights of stairs, Then Phil and I have the loft, single beds, and more stairs which are only about six inches wide with a rope hand rail. An incident just waiting to happen! Phil did clock his head as there wasn't even ...
... had dinner at House Tina's restaurant and talked with our waiter who was the same one who served our group in June. He was as gracious as he was then. I had grilled fish for dinner, which he deboned, in a unique way according to him, and the others had grilled meats. We all shared a salad of cabbage, cucumbers, tomatoes and onions, risotto with mushrooms, and grilled vegetables. We each had a crepe with ice cream for dessert. September 21: Today we drove from Plitvice area ...
... about the war, Croatia, how he came to buy & open his cafe (only way to do well when he came back from the war). Prepared us a special dessert (pictured).
* the local fish market, where we saw incredibly ugly fish n where Dick quickly learned that you DO NOT take photos of the local stall ...