Vitality Hotel Punta
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... rocks and freezing water to go swimming! So relaxing. The other thing Pag Island is famous for is PARTYING. We happened to arrive one week after the on season had finished. Somehow, though, we still managed to have a pretty massive night. Cocktails go for about 200 kuna here which translates to about $7 ...
... croissant, bananas and yoghurt. That was breakfast !!
We continued for another 10 minutes to the Jadralinija car ferry which we caught over to the mainland. There was another steep climb up the mountain with sharp corners as most switch backs are. As we were driving we thought that we could see Rab across the water, it appeared to have a pinkish glow, very impressive. The crossing took ...
... I had two salmon fillets and chips that I couldn’t finish.
We also got to sit upstairs on their balcony so we had a nice view of the water
and sunset over dinner. Afterwards we strolled along the stalls by the sea back
to the hotel then had a quiet night packing our bags again and relaxing at the
Fact of the day: Croatia became a country of its own after
declaring independence from Yugoslavia in 1991.
... br> 2km. The caves were absolutely huge – no bats thankfully! We saw a variety of
stalagmites and stalactites, including spaghetti and red. As we wandered
through the cave we had a guide that spoke about certain parts of the cave. It
was very interesting. There was also one large stalagmite that was almost pure
After the coming out of the cave we had lunch in their
restaurant, before back on the bus heading toward the boarder. We ...
... between Croats and Serbs. Serbs claim upwards of 700,000 died at Jasenovak, while Croats explain that number away as Serbian propaganda and that "only" 60,000 were killed. A few even deny the existence of Jasenovac. In his book Balkan Ghosts, Robert Kaplan writes, "I learned that the struggle for bare survival leaves little room for renewal or for creation. While Ukrainians and others openly apologized for their actions against Jews during the ...