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... which we've never seen before. It's much cheaper that way. You get 4 courses with meat or fresh seafood for $8 - 12. We could hardly walk after last night's meal. The desserts were amazing and huge and would have cost $8 alone at a similar US restaurant. Life is good and we're slowing down and skipping the museums. We may go to a glass history museum later though. We've heard it's an interesting history of glass-making.
Probably the ...
... you all doing here then? Caleb asked for a toilette, the three ladies consulted and came up with the response of driving to the other gate 10KM away. So of course Caleb strolled out towards the nearest tree :) It was sunny and warm so we did have some time to kick the ball around a little. Caleb managed to kick his ball over a 20 foot fence and hit an ambulance - fantastic! At the entrance to the park we were told you could drive 4KM down to see ...
... it an excellent city. From what I've read, and what I've seen, Zadar is a 'up-and-coming' tourist stop along the Croatian coastal tourist route. This was obvious when I first arrived because finding a reasonable hotel/hostel near the old town was difficult to find at first. I finally settled into a place which will do just fine for the night. It's an old style 'boutique hotel' built on the remains of an old fortress apparently ...
... an accommodation do they offer. Usually they work from the same place from which most of the accommodation in their offer is and they regularly inspect those apartments personally. They take extra efforts to make customer happy since about 80% of their business is in fact repeat business. With smaller agencies you can hardly get less then what you were promised, and you can expect great service but at slightly higher ...
... the old town to explore, just a ten minute walk away along the old stone city walls. The city still has several buildings standing that were built in the early to mid Middle Ages, though many have obviously been torn down and rebuilt since then. The old town is closed to cars, and the streets are made of worn, shiny beige stones. As we entered the old town we stumbled upon the remains of a city wall and watchtower on the Square of Five Wells, named very literally because ...