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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... route than expected. The bridge was only about 20 or so km away but now its taking me on two motorways, what the hell??
Anyway I followed its route and sure enough it got me to this wonderful old bridge where I stopped and took a few photos. On approach to this bridge was a large sign saying "cafe ahead, open"!! Yes I thought, its time for coffee.
Sure enough the door was open but the cafe was closed. However the chap was there chatting to two ...
... a buffalo mozzarella and tomato salad with balsamic glaze for entree and then just shared a bowl of spaghetti bolognese. We were both as full as beans! We headed home, watched a movie in bed and then crashed. The next morning we walked into old town for some brunch. I'd picked up a little traveler's guide newspaper the night before which recommended a cafe in old town so we went to check it out. It was called Figa and turned out to be really cool. We got some ...
... got Garry to steer the boat, then disappeared and left Garry a little bewildered behind the wheel. We then drove north to Rovinj and watched the sunset over the harbour with a pizza and beer. Garry was in a happy place at this point and could have settled in,however I didn't want to tackle the driving so we head back to the hotel . The receptionist helped us book at nights accommodation ...
... 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 ...