Croatia welcomes record number of visitors

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  1. uggboy
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    || Croatia welcomes record number of visitors ||

    Oh and this.....

    Awesome news for Croatia, but making a baby a honorary citizen only because the mother is Beyonce, that's a little bit rich!:D
     
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    I'll be adding myself to that number in November. Flying from Illinois to Dubrovnik
     
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    Tina Turner arrived to Dubrovnik two days ago. She is enjoying croatian sun and sea somewhere near Hvar now.
     
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    I'm happy for Croatia, a country I very much like. Istria during truffle season is beyond compare for a foodie, Split is one of my favorite historical locations, Dubrovnik too. Beaches, forests, kind people, excellent netertainment and food and drink. What is not to like? It has long been stuffed with tourists but now the Northern Europeans are getting in the mix...

    I'll go off-season from now on, just to avoid the crowds.
     
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    We thoroughly enjoyed the country two years ago. We spent almost three weeks there starting out in Zagreb. We drove to Split, Primosten, Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes and took ferries to Hvar and Korcula. The sights were beautiful with very little damage still left over from the war. The people were extremely friendly Other than being a bit boring after a while, the food was quite good. On the trip we were also able to see Lake Bled and Lujbjana in Slovenia and Budva iin Montenegro. I highly recommend seeing them if time allows while visiting Croatia.
     
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    Lessee, can anybody (other than Sarah Palin perhaps) see Lake Bled from Croatia?:rolleyes: I am also very fond of Slovenia, and have spent some delightful times there.
     
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    correction: the term see meant to drive there and see in person.
     
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    Sorry, I was in a smarmy mood and I took it out on you.
     
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