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... local guide. She lives in the town and told us she'd had a baby just two months ago - She looked great! As we made our way up to the town square, our guide told us that Sibenik is one of the oldest native Croatian cities on the Adriatic. We approached the Cathedral of Saint James, which is a magnificent building made only from stone - top to bottom. It is also protected by UNESCO and is known for its intricate and uniquely constructed stone dome at the top. ...
... We had a ridiculously good meal at a ridiculously cheap price - there's nothing like local knowledge!
After our meal, we all regrouped for what would be the last time. Yes, it was time to say our final goodbye and with many kisses and hugs we said farewell to our new friends.
We would not be saying good bye to Croatia though as the following day we were set to head further north to explore more of this beautiful ...
... nice and she was very welcoming I did not feel entirely at ease staying there, it felt like a huge intrusion of her privacy -she even had her food in our fridge because she was cleaning hers! Of course it was raining there too so we spent much of the time hiding in shops and cafés. We did manage to climb the bell tower though and hike to the top of Marjan Park which had gorgeous views. On our second day ...
... Your included morning tour will reveal the city’s highlights, including the Cathedral of St. James, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built completely of limestone and marble in the Gothic and Renaissance styles, its construction lasted from 1431 until its completion in 1536. Its impressively detailed stone sculptures include 71 human faces—believed to represent local Sibenik residents—carved into the cathedral’s outer sides.
Again woke up to lovely day with breakfast at 6.30am ready to meet our driver Tony and tour guide Carmen at 7.30 who were taking us to Mosart, a fascinating town in Boliva in a Mercedes mini van. While on 150km away from Dubrovnik it took 3 hours as we had to pass through 3 borders where we were required to produce our passports however we felt very safe in the hands of our driver and tour guides. ...