Resort Punta Verudela
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... inland is said to vaguely resemble that of Tuscany.
When I told the people at the front desk at my hostel in Zagreb that I was going to Istria they said to avoid the coast and concentrate on the inland hill towns. The coastal towns are nothing compared to those farther south around Split, Hvar, and Dubrovnik. They are probably right, but three coastal towns in Istria sounded interesting enough to warrant a stop anyway based on everything I've read.
... walked ever inch of the windy lime cobblestone streets from the waterfront to the cathedral at the top of the original old city We returned and met our driver who took Goran and us to Pula for a toor of the coliseum there and more history of Croatia. Lunch and wine tasting at Villa Meneghetti in Bale Pick up of paintings we bought earlier Return to Rovinj and dinner at Kantinon Early to be for our wake up ...
... a German tour group. We are departing for Hudicevec, Slovenia where we will be spending two nights on tourist farm. We will be touring caves near by and a stud farm for the famous Lipizzaner stallions. We will arrive back in Venice on Saturday where we turn in our Fiat Panda which has been a great car for us. It is both fuel efficient and the right size for the tight roads and small parking ...
We all over slept today and didn't get to breakfast at 7:30 as planned so clearly we could never stayed up until 3 as we talked about in the airport as a way of making up for our lost day in Trieste. That kind of adventure was realistic at this stage of our lives. Had a lovely breakfast and an exceptional young waiter showered us with attention and kept bringing us capo inns without our asking. What a change! We walked ...
... completed in 1758. The view of the city and sea port is very spectacular. This area was part of Italy after World War I and became part of Yugoslavia after World War II and then Croatia after 1991. The people speak both Italian, Croatian and very good English. Croatia has embraced tourism and you feel and see that with all the people from around the world we have ...