Valamar Koralj Romantic Hotel
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... the local government at the time to indulge his lifestyle. We decided to stick to the main by of town and not venture into King Edward's lifestyle though. Later in the day we went to go see a sandcastle competition in Krk, the largest town and also the name of the island. The temperature again was around 37 Celsius so we took a break and went for ice cream. Em had had enough or fortress and old city walls at this ...
... we followed him as there is no way we would have found our way down the narrow streets and tiny 4 foot tall door opening in the old city walls. The bay he led us to had crystal clear blue water and was so inviting. Wish we had brought our swimsuits. We ate lunch at a crazy restaurant that liked to mix the old town feel with the modern world. All the ordering was done by tablet computer. It was a really great experience as each menu item had a picture to match the ...
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 ...
Hi Everyone. Today we packed up our apartment home for the last 5 days and said goodbye to our hosts. They highly recommended that we visit a national park which they said was very beautiful and the pride of Croatia. Without knowing anymore about it than that we put it in the GPS and off we went. Two and a half hours later we arrived at a beautiful forest with lots of people heading off. We went to ...
We got our rental car and headed to Pula to see the coliseum. We got there in the early afternoon, parked right outside, walked 30 seconds to the ticket office (where there was no line), paid about 5 bucks per ticket and for the next hour and a half we became Russell Crowe in the movie 'Gladiator'. There was an obvious answer to Maximus's question, "are you not entertained?", we certainly were!! Chris assured me that if I ever go to Rome that I can cross ...