- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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After walking that much at the Park, it's great to arrive at this nice Hotel, with comfortable bed, good bathroom and delicious dinner.
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Tomorrow off on another long drive through Croatia back to Slovenia with destination Piran. Our vehicle is a small Ford C-max. Four cylinder diesel with great fuel economy it goes like the clappers on the autostrada and climbs mountains with ease whilst holding 4 adults, 4 suitcases and a few backpacks comfortably. The Europeans have it right about the small car theory; you can do most things with a small car correctly built to suit the local conditions.
... out in 'dem, dose, darn woods' Stayed tuned for video tomorrow. Evening meal at hotel. Have to feed Deni up... The streusel was to die for. Registered with Dfat today for travel up into Hungary over the Sava River but flood waters to the north east of us appear to be abating. Scenes on TV are devastating especially in Serbia, Bosnia Herznegovna ...
... that means you Kai)!
And soon we were back in the car and on the road. It was about 2 hours till we reached our destination. When we arrived at Bramado Apartments we found lollies on our beds!!! Mum Lyla and I went for a walk in the woods and found the best plums in the world (not that I like them)!
The next day we headed to Plitvice Lakes. Plitvice Lakes is a multi-levelled lake, with a multitude of waterfalls cascading from ...
A pleasant 22 to set off at 9am, dropping into last nights restaurant for breakfast on the way. Probably wont ever be back here again but we will never forget the beauty of the park. It's been a nice stay and a bit of a rest from the scorching heat as it did cool down of an evening more than anywhere else so far. Thinking of Francesca and Ulverstone and the cold nights and mornings. We had 554 kms to cover today so I took the wheel as I was fairly sure it would be an easy drive ...
... br> Taking the slippery old cobbled laneways to the top of the town which is dominated by a massive church was a real treat. The alley ways go off in all directions and are lined with character filled buildings featuring pretty shuttered windows. Whilst most are now little arty, crafty shops some offer accommodation and it would be a fabulous place to stay. Antonia gave us a guided tour before we checked into our hotel which was around the bay ...