Tomislav

Address: Subica bribirskih 1 23232 Nin Kroatien, Nin, 23232, Croatia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Subica bribirskih 1 23232 Nin Kroatien, Nin, is near Kosljun island and Baska Tablet.
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Travel Blogs from Nin

Baska to Krk Town

A travel blog entry by jephcottjourney on Jul 07, 2015

On our last full day we decided to drive the full length of the island, which only took 40 minutes and see the town of Baska. The town is famous for a stone tablet found with some of the areas oldest known language. The area is also famous for FKK, which is a acronym used to describe their nudist beaches. This trend was actually started by Queen Elizabeth II uncle, King Edward VIII, who loved to bath in the ...

Mud baths on Melnice beach.

A travel blog entry by jephcottjourney on Jul 06, 2015

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... from the heat as temp. had now reached 37 Celsius. Inside the temp. of the cave was around 15 degrees Celsius. The cave was discovered in the mid 1800s and only opened to the public in 1997. Next we went to the cliffside city of Vrbnik. Luckily, the town street were only built for people, no cars, which made for a pleasant walk in the shade of the town buildings. We followed a local old man carrying a towel and we assumed headed for the beach. We were correct and it's a ...

The island of Krk

A travel blog entry by jephcottjourney on Jul 05, 2015

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The drive from Plitvice was interesting and very beautiful. We drove through the city of Otocac where a lot of the fighting occurred in the 90's. The town still has a lot of visible signs of sniper holes in the buildings and some shelling damage. Em received a first hand lesson on some of the effects of war on a location. We rented an amazing 2 story apartment right in a small harbor in the town of Klimno. The island is famous for its caves and a beach with healing ...

Jasenovak

A travel blog entry by kylendawson on Jul 03, 2015

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... called "The Flower" commemorate those who perished. The museum focuses on the stories of those who survived. They were heartbreaking. After spending time in the museum, I walked through a hay field to The Flower. Underneath the monument there is a crypt where bodies found in the fields nearby were exhumed and reburied. I was the only person there. I do not want to blog about the horrific crimes that were committed in Jasenovac. If you have the stomach, google ...

Cure all and sunshine

A travel blog entry by 2buckleys on May 28, 2015

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... like an old Mercedes hanging off a balcony. It was clearly part of the furniture and gives garden gnomes some interesting competition.

The views from the Castle were so spectacular that I decided Dave needed to see them too. So with Brutus loaded, after lunch and a dash of seaside relaxation we headed back up the hill. It was worth it – the light had changed and the view was different and equally beautiful.


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