All Inclusive Light Allegro Hotel
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... day trip to Pula. We wove through windy roads amidst olive fields and grapevines. Istria is the name of this region and its known for both its wine and olive oil.
The day was sunny and warm in early December and we got some great photos of the amphitheater. There's a $8 charge to get in, but you actually get better views from walking around outside. The views are unobstructed, so we ...
... squares, museums, churches, and crowds, we're finally on the sea... the Adriatic to be exact. And even though it's December, it's amazing. It's once again unseasonably warm and we're in a former fishing village turned tourist town. It's still a fishing village and there are no tourists now, which is fine by us.
It's an old Venetian town, so it has narrow cobblestone streets/paths ...
... body really is. Hopefully the pain stays away as there is nothing worse than trying to ride a bike in grand scenery with a sore painful tooth.
As for my little Honda there is not much to report. As normal she is going as good as the day I bought her. She is just about now on 60 000 miles and I'm sure still has another 60k in her. She is of course now totally filthy and will need a good wash once home.
As for tomorrow I am still undecided as to what route ...
... but hey it was spacious and clean. The young chap that checked us in gave us a map and directions into the old town. We settled into our room and then headed out to find some food, we were starving! The old town was only about a 5 minute walk away and we found it easily. We got lunch just outside the Iron Gate that takes you into old town at a place called NoStress cafe. We got some club sandwiches with a side of chips and some drinks. After, we walked through the ...
We headed west from Zagreb into Istria on some wonderful highways with tunnels, viaducts and cliff-hugging sections with spectacular views. (South of Rijeka, a few days later, the views would be even more spectacular). Once off the expressway, each collection of two or more houses seems to have its own name, all signposted and connected by a web of narrow, winding roads. The only catch is that ...