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I.G. Kovacica 9, Baska, 21320, Croatia | Inn
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This inn, located on I.G. Kovacica 9, Baska, is near Trakoscan Castle (Dvor Trakoscan), Ancient City Walls, Sveti Klement, and Ancient Well.
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Travel Blogs from Baska

Family time...

A travel blog entry by baxterjune14 on Jun 28, 2014

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... must have been a little better off).

Again, many cousins and family’s lived in the surrounding houses and streets.

We headed back into town for lunch, some pitta and burek from a local cafe. The kids had hamburgers (sliced civapis in turkish pitta bread and chips).

After lunch we went back to the house to relax. Didda's brothers daughter, Zdenka (Draza's cousin), was passing ...

Last hike

A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 16, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

Last hike in Croatia It is a nostalgic day as we start out on our last hike. The two weeks have flown by. Made some fine new friends who I want to stay in touch with. The chats along the trail today were confirming that. We walked right from the hotel up into the mountain to the tree line. It was a steep ascent that took us to an old village called Tapeci. It is ruin and inhabited, typical Dalmatian architecture which shows arches and ...


A travel blog entry by travelinglisa on Sep 19, 2013

3 comments, 25 photos

... of an old building. Just sitting there waiting there for anyone with a chisel to take for their very own. We also passed some private residences with actual Roman ruins scattered in the back garden or propped out front and used as a planter. What!? A person shouldn’t own that stuff! I guess there’s history here to spare. My first impression of Split was not that great, but I ended up liking it.

I found most of the Croatian people very nice. Anyone under ...

Real drama

A travel blog entry by investa on Jul 13, 2013

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... with lots of young people everywhere loaded to the hilt with bottles of water and wine and some food all looking for trolleys to transport the goods to their respective boats. It was over 30 degrees and we were tired after the trip from France. We managed to find a trolley and loaded our bags and shopping on it and I left Jude guarding the goods while I went off to find the outfit we had chartered from. That was not as easy as it sounds because there were dozens ...

Unexpected surprise!

A travel blog entry by lawrudd on Jul 09, 2013

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... come himself. He was extremely passionate and knowledgeable about his city and his country; both the good and the bad. He had lived through the communist regime, the war and then the change from a communist to a democratic country. He had study politics in University but left before getting his degree; something he regretted. But boy did he know his stuff. He owned the airport shuttle in the summer then grew flowers in the winter. We ...