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Krka National Park

Sunday, 18 Dec 2011 | Views [861]

We may have been snowed out at Plitvice National Park but Krka more than made up for it.  The weather was fantastic, cold and clear, and we were the only visitors.  You first notice the blue lakes as you drive down the twisting road.  But when you reach ... Read more >

One Time Only

Saturday, 17 Dec 2011 | Views [820]

Knowing that we will not pass this way again and having a rental car at our disposal can lead to all sorts of adventures.  Suddenly nothing seems too far away or too insignificant to visit.   All of which explains why we drove 400+ kilometers up the ... Read more >

Upon Further Review . . .

Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011 | Views [881]

Last night I finally found definitive information regarding the "Schengen clock." The question was does it give you 180-days after you first arrive or does it start after your 90-days in Schengen are up?  According to travel guru Rick Steves ... Read more >

Split and Hvar

Monday, 12 Dec 2011 | Views [1323]

Pasko wouldn't let me out of his sight once he knew we were looking for an apartment.  He followed me to each of the other places we were considering, lowering his price at each stop.  The one Luci from Dubrovnik arranged didn't cut it - no internet ... Read more >


Thursday, 8 Dec 2011 | Views [913]

Dubrovnik is only a few hours from Mostar but in an entirely different world.  The weather gets warmer, orange trees are ripe with fruit and the Adriatic is a lovely shade of blue.  There are no bombed out hulks of buildings, although Dubrovnik had ... Read more >

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