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... health treatment is many times more than the cost of incarceration.
Lest we leave you with the impression that the whole conversation was grim, they turned out to be more-peripatetic travelers than we are, having been to the Azores, Slovenia and other exotic destinations, and we ended our meals sharing tips and recommendations from each other's experiences.
... and Museum. Faust was born in 1550s in Sibenik, spent his summers on Prvic in the family castle and later became a lexicographer and inventor. He is know for inventing and testing the first success parachute. He jumped off the Campanile in Venice at age 65. He also wrote a five language dictionary and published a book of about 50 sketches of mechanical machines, mostly water and wind powered. He also designed suspension bridges. He died in 1617 and wished to buried in Prvic, at ...
... not wait to see what we were going to do in spilt. Soon after we left we got caught in a big traffic jam that was miles long, we decided to park the car and go round Trogir while the traffic died down. I was a little bit disappointed but still wanted to see what was in Trogir. We parked in a car park next to the water and walked along the harbour. We soon saw a flying 11 to rent out so my mum asked the person how much it was but unfortunately they ...
... word-spacing: 0px; white-space: normal; font-size-adjust: none; font-stretch: normal; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">The small, narrow streets and small village squares, numerous restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops and galleries, along with numerous cultural and music open air events give this town a special atmosphere of the Mediterranean.
... It was great. At one point a huge Jadrolinija ferry passed by 200 meters or so offshore. We didn't think anything of it, and neither did the dudes by us snorkeling - to their detriment. A few minutes after the ferry passed, its wake arrived on shore, Prior to this, there were small, gentle Adriatic waves lapping at the rocks and posing no danger whatsoever. However, this wake arrived like a giant crashing tsunami. It sent spray shooting everywhere and crashed the dudes up onto ...