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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... We miss the night show, but is pretty impressive all the same. After a seafood tasting plate dinner we head home to our little sobe in the suburb of Borik. Next morning, we take a bathe in the Adriatic, breakfast in our room, then head into Zadar old town to look at the Ancient Glass Museum. This is a beautifully presented museum about ancient glass artefacts and their production, showing some beautiful examples. Coffee in the old town, before we depart this rather lovely ...
... for 6 months of the year. They had been to the south of Italy where they caught a ferry to Greece and then drove north through Albania. We thought them very brave.
We haven’t eaten out much so far, but it had been a long day and the only things left to eat on the bus were one tin of baked beans or two tins of spaghetti, we went to the camp restaurant. It took such a long time for the meal to arrive we managed to have 2 drinks ...
... locals do. (for good luck, but for me it was already top late) I have seen this done in many places and the idea is to wish for something or just expect good luck in return.
Anyway the contact with the toe may have done it, I don't know, but when I arrived back at the motorcycle there was a pool of oil under the final drive next to the back wheel. I had hoped that it was a loose drain plug, but wasn’t.
I turn back ...
... a quite a nice nightlife as well. When experiencing the city as a tourists you get the feel that it is quite modern - they take credit cards in a lot of shops and at the hostels. It has everything from starbucks to seriously fancy restaurants and the city is pretty clean.
But in many ways Hungary is still recovering, struggling to get out of its shadows from the past. The political system is quite corrupt. When taking your driver’s license you have to pay to ...
Just got back from dinner and, man, am I full. The food is very Greek like. Lots of fish, boiled potatoes and lots of wine. Zadar is really a very friendly town. Not very big, but lots of sites to explore, for instants, a church from the 9th century and plenty of restaurants. We spend the best part of the day at the beach. Not a beach one would typical think of as it had no sand to fall into your shorts. but it was on the Adriatic Sea. ...