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post 29 Jun 2006, 15:31
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Hi Boris

I want to thank you also smile.gif


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post 1 Jul 2006, 21:30
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QUOTE(roxana1806 @ 29 Jun 2006, 12:26)
MAybe you'll visit us some day smile.gif
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Well I did suggest a trip to Romania to my wife and she was for it, but right now trips abroad are on hold because we just bought a new flat, redecorated it completly, furniture...

I know you have posted prices in Croatia, but I'm interested do you think Croatia is expensive? How are the prices compared to Romania?

If we are talking about expensive countries one must mention Island. I was there for a couple of days and the prices are amazing. A bear is cca 10 EUR, a beef stake around 50 EUR, a pizza cca 25 EUR and so on.

A nice country but the prices are sky high.


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post 4 Jul 2006, 16:57
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Hello Boris,

Well yes, prices are a little higher in Croatia, along the coast. But I haven't been to our seaside this year and I can't make a real comparison to our prices.

Anyway, in Bucharest for example a beer, in a bar or restaurant, is aproximately 1-1,5 euro. Of course there are some expensive beers but you can drink a good one for 1 euro.

A pizza is 3-4 euros. A stake is under 10 euros (5-6 euros)
The gas is 0.9 euros.

The accomodation in Bucharest, at a 3 star hotel, is about 60 euros.
In the mountains, you can find a nice room for 15-25 euros.

So, we are waiting for you smile.gif


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post 4 Jul 2006, 17:10
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Well, Boris, don't make the mistake to come to Bucharest. If you do visit Romania, you can certainly find nicer places (and ones that are closer to the border, I may add....). I guess if you are really curious, you can find enough nice things to see in Bucharest too, but as a romanian to me it doesn't seem that Bucharest is worth the effort, considering the long road.

BTW, generally speaking, prices in the rest of the country are cheaper than in Bucharest (well, except some seaside resorts maybe, but I wouldn't advise you to go there anyway smile.gif ).


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post 25 Sep 2006, 17:57
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very quickly, if possible (I leave on Wednesday, but just now I have found this topic), anyone give me some landmarks/monuments to see in Zagreb. I will be there at a conference until Sunday. Thank you in advance


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post 2 Oct 2006, 17:58
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No need for answer. Been there, seen; very nice town and country, which worth seeing it.


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post 7 Oct 2006, 10:39
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I'm very sorry I have not answered you earlier but my primary hard drive has died on me, and yesterday I have bought a new one. Just installed the OS and surfing again.

I'm glad you liked Zagreb.


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post 22 Jan 2007, 11:17
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Visited the Plitvice lakes this weekend and took some pictures. I posted a picture gallery. I think it's worth to take a look.


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post 22 Jan 2007, 11:29
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Hi Boris.
I've been in Zagreb on 4.01 this year. Coming from Ljubliana, Zagreb is by far nicer than Slovenia capital. And the people too. Congratulations for your beautiful capital.


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post 22 Jan 2007, 11:31
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Yep, very nice place indeed.
BTW, I may visit you again this summer if everything goes ok... maybe now we will reserve more time to visit Zagreb smile.gif

... and some pictures to show you that we have a few nice places, too biggrin.gif
http://www.sibiu2007.ro/en3/album.htm


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post 22 Jan 2007, 11:32
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@Maximus Decimus


Thank's for the compliments. smile.gif


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post 22 Jan 2007, 12:13
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@vv

Hope you come again smile.gif

As for Sibiu, I've heard it's very nice and maybe I will visit Sibiu in September this year on business.


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post 2 Jun 2007, 08:39
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hello boris.
this summer I want to visit croatia.
I want ti stay in the camping , and please can you point me some campings along the coast of croatia?
and prices for 3 persons?
thank you very much..


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post 2 Jun 2007, 14:54
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Well I must say that I don't know a lot of camping places because it's a long time since I was in a camp. I can surf and look for something.

As for Croatia and the coast, my opinion is the further south the better. I have placed some pictures of Croatia on the net, have a look(http://www.flickr.com/photos/boris34/)


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post 2 Jun 2007, 19:20
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I had visited Plitvice Jejera. Too beautiful to describe. Must to see in Croatia.

@ Madmax From Zadar south to Dubrovnik, you have 3 or 4 campings for every kilometer. Usualy in July is about 35 to 45 Euro for 4 persons, 1 child, tent and car.
Enter in first large camping. Whey will have some turistic bureau. You will find complete guide for camping.
Go to Dubrovnik. Avoid campings in the city. Too large and crowdy. in the last 30 km to Dubrovnik you will find nice places with olives trees.

Most important: Scuba diving mask, snorkel and beach shoes. Without these items you are going for nothing in Croatia. smile.gif


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post 2 Jun 2007, 20:52
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QUOTE(Lucman @ 2 Jun 2007, 18:20)
Most important: Scuba diving mask, snorkel and beach shoes. Without these items you are going for nothing in Croatia. smile.gif
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Beach shoes???? Come on biggrin.gif


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post 3 Jun 2007, 08:57
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@Boris 2 weeks I had pain in my feet from the "sand" on the beach smile.gif) but the underwater beauty was priceless.

@MAdMAx Use this link. It contains the most important camp sites in Croatia.
Along these sites, you will find hundreds of family mini campings.

My choice was camp Rudine in Orasac. This camp site has the finest sand smile.gif

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post 3 Jun 2007, 09:43
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Lucman it's just a matter of what you are used to, since I'm from the south (well my mother and father are) I'm used to beaches with "sand" of any kind.

MadMax what do you want. Noise, crowds, party's, bear and a million tourists or would you like something more quiet.


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post 4 Jun 2007, 06:30
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something cheap...
prices for a camping or guesthouse...
adress of a camping, telephone number for camping or guest house...
and the price for diesel and gasoline...
thank you


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post 4 Jun 2007, 08:00
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MadMax i found a price list for all camps in Croatia for 2006, I expect the prices to be similar in 2007.

The meaning of the columns is:

A - Main season - July and August
B - Other months
kat. - camp category
P/N - person per night
CH/N - child per night
T/N - tent per night
C/N - camp trailer per night
MC/N - Winnebago per night
parc. - camping space per night
kWh - electricity per night
dog - price for a dog

All prices are in EURO. I hope this helps.

The two camps KORANBA i SLAPIÆ are in the inlands, not on the coast.

The link is http://www.camping-croatia.com/web%20pdfovi/9camp14-15.pdf

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post 6 Jun 2007, 16:03
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it helps.
thank you
but I can print it!!!


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post 8 Jun 2007, 21:14
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I can not print it!
what's hapenning?


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post 11 Jun 2007, 07:17
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Unfortunately the authors of the document did not allow printing. I don't know how to change that.


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post 12 Jun 2007, 15:12
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I presume you can always use the 'Print Screen' Button (I think it's Alt+PrintScreen for the window only) and then Copy+Paste it in a Word document for example...


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post 15 Jun 2007, 12:17
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Here's a printable version made out of screen shots. Not sure about the quality, but you can print it.

Attached File(s)
Attached File  Kampovi.pdf ( 791.88k ) Number of downloads: 195


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post 13 Jul 2007, 13:29
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Hello,

Can you recomand me a cheap location to stay 1 or 2 nights in Zagreb, to visit the city?

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post 13 Jul 2007, 13:58
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Thanks!! blush.gif


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post 13 Jul 2007, 14:46
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vv actually stayed there, so he's a much better source of informatio.

Must say that I don't know the prices of hotels in Zagreb, but I can look it up on the net.


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Thank you Boris! I looked from some prices on the net...and for hotel or apartaments or rooms in centre or not....there are 50-70 euro/room... wacko.gif

and for vv
I saw the Mirna Noc vilas, looks nice..even i made the reservation (35 euro/room/night)...and i can pay when i will arrive there..

but i dont know if it's easy to visit the old city from Mirna Noc....i understood that it's from 15 minutes from centre..with the car...
we want just to visit the old city and to look around..

we arrived from Timisoara on 26 august in the evening....do you think if we can visit the city...just if we stay 1 night in Mirna Noc?...or we need 2 night to do that?

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