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... across the alleys, and there are a lot of wall plaques with a religious theme, I suppose to keep the houses safe from harm.
We stopped at the Marco Polo house first, really just the bell tower – the house is a ruin next door with no roof and plants growing in the tumbling window spaces. In fact no-one knows if it was Marco Polo’s house at all although facts do prove that his relatives did live in Korcula, and the Polo ...
... normal. Bliss! We could hear each other talk from the bathroom to the stateroom!
So after breakfast with Anna, Phil and Tony, I took some fruit back to Rex, and the others went off on the tender to explore Korcula. It will be interesting to catch up with them later and find out what they did. I'm hoping Rex will be feeling better by tomorrow and up for a visit to Diocletian's palace.
... be his birthplace – Korcula is sure it was here. The museum was in a house built on the spot he was meant to have grown up, although this house was built later. It turned out that a lot of the information was outside the museum. There was an olive tree planted by the Chinese Ambassador in 2006 at the door. A sign admitted that the place of Marco Polo’s birth is unknown although it is known he was born in 1254. The oldest written reference to the Polo family is a house ...
... the city from the cold winter winds and those running north are specifically designed to allow quick movement in defence of the city.
There are two intriguing statues outside the church but no one is sure of their purpose. One theory is that they are intended to ...
... really not wanting to do it. We left once he reassured me they knew we were leaving. For some unknown reason we decided to walk down. Turns out it wasn't a far walk, but was a little dangerous as it had no footpaths or lighting. By the time we got there Johnny and Han were already there. We met up with them and chatted on the side of our boat. Once Han and Adam fell asleep on the dock, we figured it was bed time. A great night out in ...