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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
... places but hey it was clean and for one night it would do. We hadn't eaten a proper meal since that morning and we were starving! The guy at the reception gave us directions to a takeaway place that sold burek. Basically burek looks like a slice of pie but it's savoury and the outside is puff pastry with meat inside it. Anyhow we walked back to the hostel, and ate them while watched some weird alien movie. With full bellies and tired eyes we soon fell into a deep ...
... Plitvice Lakes as we have decided to leave at 5.00am tomorrow morning to get the most time at the lakes . I think she felt guilty for messing up the transfer from the bus stop so she was very helpful. She is also packing us a picnic breakfast for the drive tomorrow . We have enjoyed our stay at La Grisa and the food was amazing , our waiter Marco was lots of fun and looked after us well ...
... eating two meals heavily flavoured with truffles last night . We enjoyed Semifreddo coffees ,a burger,fries and tiramisu all for $20.00 (pic) The exchange rate works in our favour here,where as in France and Italy food was sooo expensive. We also visited Hum ,the smallest own in the world , all these villages offered similar views and history .Personally I am just about done with castles and ...
... and St Helen church (with 15th century triptych and beautiful rose windows. It is a small place with a nice beach and places to walk and eat.
During couple of days we visited some other towns on the island which, throughout its history, was occupied by Frankish, Byzantine, Venetian – who left their footprint on its architecture and art.
Krk Town developed in the Middle Ages on the site of the Roman ...