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... more terraced lakes until we came to the boat part of the trip. The queue seemed massive, but with 3 boats arriving in about 3 minutes, we were shortly on our way across the calm waters to the far end of one of the bigger lakes.
A few more photos and we continued up the hill to the "train" which was actually a small Mercedes truck with two carriages attached to the rear. After about 5 mins in the train we made it back to the last section of the walk which ...
... a part of the Habsburg Empire which ruled over the city until 1918, with the exception of French occupation from 1806 to 1814. After World War I, Trogir, together with Croatia, became a part of the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs and subsequently, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
... away) I'm sitting here at the dining room table, looking out at the Adriatic, doing some last minute planning for Paris. I'm hoping to check a stop in Monte Carlo off my bucket list, but no one else wants to go with me. The younger students never even heard of it! Excursions are to have a minimum of three students and I can only interest Tori, my fellow art lover. Wish me luck in convincing the Professor to bend the ...
... be checked. This stitch of land right down to Dubrovnik was hot with a gentle breeze off the sea, it was around 5 o'clock. We passed one beach side stop after another, with pebble beaches crammed full of beach goers. Think we might stop off at Makaraska on way back up as it seemed to have some sort of underground town on the hillside that looked interesting. If anyone knows about this let us know. Blow it was hard to pull over for a better view as there was always a few cars ...
... road, and that was the main
route. While on the motorway there were signs for bears & wolves, though we
didn’t see any. I drove for 140 miles on the motorway, it’s the first time in
days I haven’t felt intimidated by the crazy drivers. Very, very windy up on
the top but again, fantastic views, not a bit like motorways at home.
We reached Pitvice Lakes (Unesco World Heritage Site) just before 1pm. It looked busy ...