Filling Station Selling

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A1 (Croatia) - Rest Areas
... as types A through D—A-type rest areas comprise a full range of amenities including a filling station, a restaurant and a hotel or a motel B-type rest areas have no lodging C-type rest areas are very common ... most notable example is Krka rest area—even though it has no filling station, there is, for instance, a restaurant available ... The filling stations regularly have small convenience stores and some of them offer LPG fuel ...
A6 (Croatia) - Rest Areas
... rest areas comprise a full range of amenities including a filling station, a restaurant and a hotel or a motel B-type rest areas have no lodging C-type rest areas are very ... The filling stations typically have small convenience stores and some of them offer LPG fuel. 28.8 Ravna Gora Tifon Marché Facilities found at Ravna Gora rest area comprise a filling station selling petrol, diesel fuel and LPG, a café, a restaurant, a ...
A2 (Croatia) - Rest Areas
... rest areas comprise a full range of amenities, including a filling station, a restaurant and a hotel or motel B-type rest areas have no lodging C-type rest areas are very common and include a filling station and ... Many filling stations have small convenience stores, and some offer LPG fuel. 4.1 Lepa Bukva INA C Facilities found at the Lepa Bukva rest area comprise a filling station selling petrol and diesel fuel, a café and restrooms ...

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