Sunrise Girandella Villas
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And then we just spent a few hours walking around the town and the bay. This is another boating town, albeit much larger than Rovinj. All the tour boats are closed up for the season or undergoing repairs. We ate a cheap and delicious lunch at the Marina and had a great view on the water of the blue Adriatic, the amphitheater, and hundreds of moored yachts. The house wine was a yummy ...
... up towards St. Euphemia church, at the top of the hill on this small peninsula. Every now and then you can peek out and see an alley that leads to the sea where a boat can park. It rained the first night we arrived but we didn't mind. It was the sea.
And for a Saturday night, it was dead, but we didn't mind. It was the sea. One restaurant was still open and we split a pizza and ...
... take but looking at the map there are a few nice routes through Slovenia which I might just do. I was hoping to stop off at my friends biker hotel in bad Lauterberg in Germany but sadly he is closed and also heading for UK so its a no go.
I still have about 10 days to get home but looking at the alps its extremely snowy there at the moment so i think best avoided and just stick to motorways and main roads through Europe but only time will tell.
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... and aimlessly strolled around. It was much smaller than the old town at Dubrovnik, you could walk from one side to the other in about 5 minutes. It was very quaint with all it's little alley ways and shops. We wandered back to our room, luckily I have a fantastic sense of direction because Darcy didn't have a clue how to get back! We freshened up then headed back out for some dinner. We found a place near where we were for lunch that was quite reasonably priced. ...
... drive too fast, in my opinion, turning me into a nervous wreck after a couple of days.
Istria's interior is most famous for its hilltop villages. We visited Buzet, Motovun, Oprtalj, and Grasisce. Some had too many tourists, most of the churches weren't open, some had buildings that had been renovated "inappropriately." The best of the hilltop villages may have been Groznjan, something of ...