Vila Tina Hotel - Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Sunday, November 23, 2014
Lazy days! We seem to have hit a wall and aren't quite as motivated to see every site and museum. We found a really nice apartment on AirBnb from Marijana, a ...
... to our kind friend and try and ask her what is going on. Basically a section of railroad was out of construction so we took a bus to a train station about 1 hour from where we got off the train. we get put on another train and the lady was told that now we are all good. So we fall back asleep......poke poke... "get off train"
so we get off the train... we get on bus. we drive for about 2 hours and then we arrive at another ...
... office, seem annoyed. Summon another guy to try and explain in English they need green card. Us... Show him another booklet listing Bosnia to try and explain we are covered Border police "open the back!" I... Quickly open the back and explain it is a camper Border police "where have you come from, what border did you cross" I... Thinking on the spot, explain "we crossed from Croatia only today, just visiting and heading north tonight" (phew) Border ...
... entry area though the bedrooms were pretty tiny and we didn’t have the fluffy pillows that we’d had for the past three nights. But what this city had to offer more than made up for a lumpy pillow.
We had dinner included and it was buffet style – forgot the photos again! I had some cream of chicken and mushroom soup – delicious then some roast pork, roast potatoes and some vegetables – very ...
... a guy on board who I owe huge credit to, as halfway through the journey he reclined his chair, and I worked out how to do mine, bravo sir! the driver also had quite a radical approach to fuel up Friday, as he carried it out on a Wednesday (I couldn't think of a W word to do with petrol stations, so any suggestions are welcomed) the second half of the journey was pretty hectic, with it taking us on winding mountainous roads through a national park. the driver was ...