Villa Fani - Apartments in Trogir
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... Greeks, it later flourished as a roman port. After time under Hungarian rule it spent 350 years under the Venetians . The cobbled streets are packed with 12th and 13th century buildings , in both Romanesque and Renaissance architecture , There is the Loggia , where justice was metred out and announcements made. The cathedral of St Lawrence with beautiful decorated doorway, the clock tower, ...
... laundry blowing in the breeze above us.
We decided to take a guided tour of the Diocletian Palace in the afternoon which was very interesting. Diocletian who ruled as a Roman emperor for 20 years in the third century, built the palace and surrounding city over 11 years for his retirement. It was quite an accomplishment in a short period of time and over 2000 slaves died during that time. He even had a aqueduct built to ...
... from there. The next day, after walking around the old town for a bit with Jo and Suzie from the UK, Dragan, the hostel owner, drove a bunch of us to the beach, where we killed quite a few hours before heading back for a wonderfully-cooked asado - that's right, I met Ruben, another Argentinian. :P
If only I had an extra day! Dragan takes people cliff-jumping every other day, and I fell on the wrong day.
Hör väl snart av oss igen!
3. in English
from 2nd July to 12th July
We have just had a pleasant 10 day cruise around the Croatian islands with old friends from Australia, Murray and Dianne Pryor.
They flew into Split airport on 2nd July. They joined Gullvika at Trogir, near split airport. Trogir is a charming old town with a World Heritage sculptured doorframe on the Cathedral. Next day ...
... I now know how to spell his name) was there to load luggage for 16 people. It seems we keep adding people. Davor picked up 11 of us at the airport, then 4 were already at the hotel but we only met two until day two when we saw the other two at breakfast, then this morning another man who had been at another hotel became a part of our group. That leaves 3 more to meet in Trogir. Left at 8:30, due to arrive Trogir 1:00. It was a long ride but the scenery ...