Hotel Villa Kapetanovic
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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The whole road to Zadar was actually rather boring and by the time I got near there I was wishing I had just taken the m/way.
A few miles south of Zadar the satnav is telling me to turn right and so I pulled over to see what it was playing at. I put in a slight diversion and that was so I could go see that mighty old steel bridge over a massive cutting above the waters of the Adriatic.
With this setup the satnav was now taking me on a ...
... and aimlessly strolled around. It was much smaller than the old town at Dubrovnik, you could walk from one side to the other in about 5 minutes. It was very quaint with all it's little alley ways and shops. We wandered back to our room, luckily I have a fantastic sense of direction because Darcy didn't have a clue how to get back! We freshened up then headed back out for some dinner. We found a place near where we were for lunch that was quite reasonably priced. ...
... an Amphitheatre which dates back to 3rd and 4th century. We did an audio tour which explained the history of this dramatic structure.The outer walls and the chambers beneath the arena are remarkably intact despite the pilfering of stones over the centuries for other buildings.(pics) We then took a 2 hour cruise around the Biranji Islands , it was relaxing a relaxing afternoon. The ...
... car. The bus didn't come after an hour so we got a taxi , no big deal as it was raining anyway. By the time we picked up our car the sun was out and ***********. Garry was in control again once he had wheels and driving a brand new Ford focus .( think ?) We visited the town of Motovun first ,famous for its truffles and oils . To be honest the smell of the truffles in this town made us both ...
Krk Island is the largest of the Adriatic islands, with an area of 409 sq km. To get here you have to go through a paid bridge that links the island to the mainland. And after the bridge stop and admire the most beautiful view of crystal-clear water, mountains, and majestic nature.
We found an accommodation in Omisalj, a village that was enclosed by wall (you can still see some of it), with a square with a 17th century ...