Villa Laguna Galijot
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... relief was immediate. Once we had cooled off we had lunch and another dip and continued on towards Croatia. Its been confirmed that Anton and Jane are flying into Split on the 11th August so we decided to get there and stop a couple of days before they arrive. With a fear of a large fine if you don't buy a sticker for your windscreen for the toll roads in Slovenia we purchased a 30 Euro Sticker to drive a whole 10km on the motorway. Ridiculous. On arriving at the Croatian boarder ...
... is delightful as is Piran which is like a mini Venice. A dedicated bike path connects the two which is very flat considering the hills it is surrounded by....should have taken that route on my run yesterday!!
We have not really gotten into the Slovenian cuisine as it appears to be squid and white fish, not really our thing but if you like that type of food it is very well priced.
Anyway I'm off for another frozen Margarita xx
... an Allied bomb in WWII, but it has been patched. Obviously, lots of Roman ruins in this little Croatian town! We only spent about an hour there, but it was an interesting stop. Next, Rovinj...our destination for the night. After a siesta (it's in the 90s again!), we headed into town for more exploring, sight-seeing, and dinner. Again, the town is right on the coast and has some amazing views, which are the real highlight of the town! We enjoyed wandering the ...
Day 4 of Croatia was spent swimming and snorkeling on a popular island called Brijuni. Hours of fun in the sun and truly relaxing! The weather has been in the 90's every day. Took the water taxi back and forth to the mainland. Went home for a couple hours and headed back downtown for shopping and dinner. The food is very different here, it's been kind of hit or miss. Often difficult to read the menus in Croatian but overall has been pretty ...
Went on a road trip to a natural spring mineral river near the village of Roć down a narrow mountain road that was just wide enough for one vehicle, scared the hell out of LeeAnn , to discover no water in the river! It was in a tiny village that was 250 years old. Met a family from Slovenia that insisted we stay and have homemade schnapps and wine, very good. They recommend a great authentic Croatian restaurant on the top of a mountain that was excellent! Returned to Pula at dark. ...