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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... feature is the sea organ which "plays" amazing music. Also the "greeting to the sun" glass solar powered disc is worth visiting. Both are situated in the fairly new sea wall and promenade.
Weather , once again amazingly warm and sunny!
... swim, then one last look around town, before saying goodbye to Split.
Continuing on the coastal drive that we had already enjoyed days prior, we ventured further north finding a campsite in Murton with its own private beach. By the time we arrived the sun was going down, watching it over the water from our portable ...
Left early in the morning and drove down along the rest of Pag Island and across the bridge to the mainland. The road ran along the coastline which was lovely with clear water, but the land itself was still very barren. We visited a little town called Nin, which used to be a an important centre hundreds of years ago. The old town was attractive and all on a tiny island. We saw a great statue and what was reported to be the smallest cathedrral on ...
Tally writing... 27th june - Today we left the lovely (and huge) krk island and began our venture over to Dubrovnik as we have one week before Simons mum and sister arrive for a holiday woohoo! The plan is to not sightsee to much and just slowly get to Dubrovnik area. Purely as from the 12th July we will be making our way back up the coastline so we are saving it all :-) First night we stopped at a coastside layby which ...
... doing but that didn't make it any less concerning.
We made it to town and saw the 'Greeting to the Sun' this is a large solar panel solar system. At night it lights up with a lot of lights. We were told they lit up when you walked on them. We discovered it was more of a random lighting display but was fun to walk on. After another walk around the city we caught a taxi home. We weren't going to risk walking in the dark ...