Travel Blogs from Zadar
... in the twelfth and 13th centuries which holds the distinction of being the largest church in Dalmatia. This afternoon is yours to explore Zadar on your own.
This evening, gather with your fellow travelers for a Captain’s Farewell Dinner aboard ship. Afterwards, you may want to visit one of Zadar’s charming harborside cafes for a glass of maraschino, a liqueur distilled from local marasca cherries that is a centuries-old Zadar tradition.
... quite sad to see parts of the mountain where there were memorials to Croatian people murdered in the area during the Bosnian war. It was a really nice day though the higher we got to the top the colder it became, when we finally reached the top we could see the clouds below which was pretty ...
... had been a balmy 12C since we left Pula. All of a sudden as we crested a small rise and descended into a valley, the temperature plummeted to -2C. The fields were covered in frost. And the windows started to ice up. It was extraordinary. I've never encountered such a drop in temperature without being in an alpine mountain range. This subzero temperature continued for about another ...
... on Sunday. St Frances visited Zadar, so they built a church for him. I had a few days to finish my book and get a few other reports done that were due that week. We had our 100 questions on Croatia quiz on Wed night and left Thurs for Rome.
... it was it! So we sat down there at Atrij, on the cool seats they had out the front of the restaurant that let us face the streets and watch the people walking by. The portions of food were small but fantastic, and the speaker was right behind us playing some epic 80's songs, which we were singing to passers by, and we also had some amazing Croatian wine called Agrolaguna Cab Sav. The wait staff were super friendly too! A good experience. After dinner we were still a little hungry, ...
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