Zorka

Address: Novalja,Kroatien, Novalja, Island of Pag, Croatia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Novalja,Kroatien, Novalja.
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Travel Blogs from Novalja

The Beauty of Pag

A travel blog entry by emmaevans on Oct 25, 2014

... though the largest portion of the island is bare, covered in rocky ground, a small part of it is covered in macchia. There are many vallies and fields (Novaljsko polje, Dinjsko.. ) where wine and fruits are cultivated and the area of the peninsula Luna is mainly the area of olive trees, which means the manufacturing of oil is very popular on the island.

Pag Town is the largest ...

Day 1 - getting acclimtised

A travel blog entry by hochalmspitze on Oct 01, 2014

10 photos

So after 6 days of perfect alpine September weather - blue skies, warm temperatures - October dawns grey and cloudy. But we are going south, so set off in positive spirits! We have decided to use the motorway for the first part of the trip - we need to get some miles .- er kilometres that is - under our collective belts and we know the northern part of Slovenia quite well. Hadn't counted on the one way traffic in the Karawanken tunnel though, but the half hour wait didn't ...

Sun!

A travel blog entry by deolali on Sep 13, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... two days time when we'll be in Italy. In the meantime movement of that elbow is very restricted so getting my helmet on and off and manipulating the strap one handed is a new challenge. I declined a local anaesthetic and when the doc had finished cutting the damaged tissue out she told me I "would make a very good pregnant woman" but I think I'll decline that one ...

Back in Starigrad

A travel blog entry by hicster on Oct 15, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... 8217;s life. We felt a bit uncomfortable and sorry that we had upset other campers. The young Bavarian in the camper next to us offered to shift his van so we could move into his space but a low tree made that impossible. We got ourselves sorted; jacks down, slides out, power hooked up, chairs out, kettle on. Upset German rounds our bus with a spray of gravel and heads off in the car with his family. After a cuppa we headed ...

500...and counting

A travel blog entry by dondrea on Jul 05, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... actually have to follow it. It's more of a recommendation than rule. Parking has also proved interesting, since you seem to be able to park anywhere, the middle of the street and randomly on the sidewalk seem to be some of the favorites.

It's also interesting to hear so many different languages that we can't even begin to guess their origins. Traveling in Western Europe or South America you can usually guess French, German, Italian, etc., ...