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Travel Blogs from Saint Francisville
... Sailaway at 6 pm
Day 4, May 13 T Rovinj: Market (truffles, dried figs), Walk to the Cathedral of St. Euphemia; visites Rovinj Aquarium with Tyler's
Day 5 May 14 W Split: Market (bread, olive oil, cheese), Diocletian's Palace, San Gregorie, Market
Day 6 May 15 Th Dubrovnik: Market (Louis's "frog", candied orange rinds), Fiary, Aerial Bus (Roger, Cindy and John)
... walls. The floors are beautifully designed and executed marble mosaics, some of which I took pictures off before realizing photos were not allowed.
This is the distinctive hat worn by all Doges. BTW, wives of Doges were termed Dogaressas!
The piazza (courtyard) connecting the Palace and the Basilica was used for ceremonial purposes and served as water ...
... The mooring and un-mooring process was achieved without the use of either bow or stern thrusters. They seemed to have no apparent passenger limit. We travelled primarily on the No. 1 (local-stopped at all Grand Canal landings) and No. 2 (express- stopped at only selected landings). As part of our Untours deal, we were provided with a week's Vaparetto pass which greatly facilitated our comings and goings.
Water Taxis: These vessels could operate ...
... and half models of water vessels dating from the earliest known vessels plying the waters of the Lagoon to modern war ships (frankly, of less interest to us). We chose to go our separate ways in the museum, each of us inspecting the exhibits of specific interest to us.
The models- half and scale- were of the most interest to me. One scale model of a actually extended vertically into a hole in the ...
... good health and a safe journey that none of us will soon forget.
Unfortunately I was the only one doing the journal entries so only my perspective of the trip was shared.
Thanks all for prayers, comments and just following along.