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... based on original foundations. Our walk back to the dingy was uneventful, though we sampled a single ripe fig and saw a full, undisturbed sheep skeleton. We departed and headed to the outer side of the islands, southwesterly toward a marina at Piskera. We passed the island of Mana on which there were "mock ruins built for a film set." The film was made in 1959 and was called "Rage of the Sea." We sailed most of the way to Piskera, averaging about 4 knots. We motored into the ...
... is on an island and is encircled by a wall with two gates. Few minutes will be enough to go from one end to the other, few hours will be ok to get the feeling of the old town, but honestly, few days will be needed to taste the past. Charming little, narrow streets; hidden cafes and restaurants; small squares; ancient stone houses; Romanesque ...
... above-ground remains today; public baths; and an aqueduct. Many inscriptions in both Latin and Greek have been found both inside the walls and in the cemeteries outside, since Romans forbade burials inside the city boundaries. A number of fine marble sarcophagi from those cemeteries are now in theArchaeological Museum of Split. All this archaeological evidence attests to ...
Ok. I just want to level with y'all. Erb isn't a story teller. Don't expect miracles here. Just the facts m'am.
We intended to leave Dubrovnik at 8 am. My bag is now 10 lbs heavier than when I started.....it's all in how you pack apparently because I didn't buy chachkas in the Old Town. Departed through the Ploce gate and can you believe Linda's still snapping photos in Luza Square. This time with no heads in the way because it's o'dark hundred in ...
... a cool little place on the water and sat looking out on the harbor.
While we were sipping our coffee enjoying the view, Bill noticed a bird that he found interesting and took the camera to get pictures of it. While he was taking them, I leisurely finished my coffee.
At that point, we decided that we'd better go back to the room and get ready to go. Without a car, we couldn't really explore the ...