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... walls of Trogir into the 'old town’. Again a delight! It was a mini Split filled with very old buildings from the 900s to 1500s with most from the 1100s to 1400s.
Our first stop was the Church of Saint Nicholas with the adjacent convent of the Benedictine Nuns. They were very camera shy. Absolutely no pictures and no pictures in their museum which contained some very old 10 and 11th century paintings ...
... the western peninsula, and Jan and I walked back to the beach nearest our mooring site, which took us through the marina. After Ron ferried us back to the boat, I swam and showered off. The water temperature was comfortable. Since we were near dining places, we decided to take the dingy to the shore, and walk back toward the marina for dinner. We found a restaurant specializing in wood-fired oven pizzas. There were about 20 choices; we each had a different kind. Mine had ...
... in the nude.
Moon kiss spent the afternoon relaxing on the boat and having a few drinks then we caught a taxi to Fort George to have dinner with another boat & listen to a pianist. The fort was the most beautiful place I have ever been in my whole life, we walked in completely speechless & quite emotional.
The fort overlooked a never ending view of the ocean, the outdoor area was made ...
... ready to party! This, for us, ended up detracting from the atmosphere of the city. Thanks to Trip Advisor, we found a great wine and cheese bar, Paradox, for appetizers. We ordered a glass of wine and our waiter paired a cheese with it. The cheese came with a fig jam that complimented the plate--delicious! I had also done some research on where to eat dinner. Chops Grill was high on my radar and I was very happy when we were able to get an early reservation on such a busy weekend. I ...
... tower was built in the 1300's.
The bell tower was not part of the tour but Simon had climbed it earlier in the day. A bit of a steep climb, some of the steps are quite big ( even for Simon ) in places but the view was spectacular. Luckily the bells only ring at 6am, midday and 6pm so it was quiet when I climbed. The 6am ring had woken us up.
The Palace is protected by the UNSECO. What is ...