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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... they have to learn from their families. So, if their families do not want to talk about it because they are still hurting or holding onto the hate, then the children will never truly understand. Petra said that people still have hate and don't want to deal with it. However, they need to - at some point, they need to put it in the past so that they can move forward and live their lives.
After lunch, we docked in Trogir. This was ...
... almost without exception you will find evidence of past or present war, brutality or ethnic conflict, often surprising no one more at the time than the resident population. It is a powerful reminder that we are not special or different and that our peace and prosperity has not happened by chance, it is something that has to be nurtured and protected, lest we learn the mistakes of so many other societies the hard way. Travel then, is a reality slap in the face that I badly need from ...
Distance travelled: 216 nautical miles
This morning we both arose after having a rather restless night. It is true that being at the extreme end of a Ship (in our case the aft), you can feel the movement of the ship. However, last night it was calm and the movement was nothing but a gentle swaying. The vibrations from the propellers is more noticeable but again, this wasn't the issue as this soon becomes unnoticeable as one becomes used to it. Even Heidi and her ...
... stand up, and he forgot that, lol! Not sure this particular apt in this house is the one I saw on the internet!
Took a walk around old town, sat down for an early dinner as we had skipped lunch after the great breakfast and eventually chilled at home after a walk along the sea waterway which separates town.. On the walk we found mentally affected community locked in by wire fences just up the street from us. Some of the residents were calling out to passers by but we have ...
... to turn the car in and to arrange transportation to Venice. We drove northward toward Zagreb on a two-lane, somewhat winding road interspersed among small towns with mountain character. We met the main interstate going southwest to Rijeka. About 6 miles before Rijeka, we diverted up into the mountains to a ski area. From there, we did a 4.5 mile hike up to a peak named Svenjski. We started at 3500 feet and topped out at 4800 feet. The last bit was a rock scramble among very ...