Vila Tina Hotel - Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... through Nathan's expressing his reliefs that we didn't follow that crazy old lady, the train conductor tells us to "get off train"!! We ask him where do we go and he points behind him and says "bus".
So we decide maybe that old lady is back to being trustworthy and wise and so we run in the last direction we saw her walking. We catch up to her and follow her to what do you know, A BUS!
So we get on the bus and find a ...
... There were stories that ranged from unrequited love to brief passionate encounters that flamed out in a matter of weeks, to the slow fading of couples drifting apart, to people who did not meet up to expectations. Stories from India, Korea, Germany, USA, Canada and Russia etc. It was a great exhibit that has been travelling around the world to great acclaim, before finding a permanent home in Zagreb.
From there we walked up to St. Mark's Church with ...
... people count. Grabbed some more borek and bread before the border to use up our Bosnian before proceeding to the border. 2. Leaving Bosnia - border police - standard issue. Us.. Wind down window, hello, all smiles (and all in the front this time) passports hand over. Border police "and green card" Us... Shuffle papers, get out insurance certificate, booklet outline counties cover and try explain we are insured. Border police - disgruntled and back ...
... have to come back up – 237 steps. We made it OK – puffing a bit and I was a bit worried about Craig’s knee but he say’s it’s fine.
We had only just got back into the bus when a massive rainshower and thunderstorm hit – how lucky had we been! We then had about a two hour journey to reach tonight’s stop Zadar – on the Croatian coast.
We arrived at our hotel –Kotovare ...
... to finish it. I took the opportunity to explain the rules of "save the queen", although the name may have to be adapted as I'm not sure of the royal family situation in Croatia (or even if there is one). on the subject of teaching Croatians things, I felt the need to point out that a 24 hour bar isn't 24 hours if it doesn't serve alcohol between 12-6. that's what's known as a 18 hour bar. the next morning I left early to get the bus to split, and on my way to the station we ...