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... along. (On the other hand some of the sites are near the tourist saturation point due to their popularity with the cruise lines, and I'm not sure I'd want to visit them if their popularity increases much more. ) My feedback to G Adventures after the tour was that I would like to see more cultural experiences such as they do on their other tours I've been on (Turkey and Costa Rica). One of the most fun experiences was the lunch included with plan B ...
... area. Eventually, arrive at the Riva and the waterfront and walk a bit down the street until we get to the Brass Gate, the waterfront entrance to Diocletain's Palace, the remains of n old Roman Emperor's palace who fancied himself the Jupiter of the Romans. Spend a bit of money to go check out the cellars, which tell a bit of the story of the Palace's history and are still being excavated to this day. Much like the town above, they are a labyrinth of passages ...
... deaths of many believers. The Dilcletian persecution was the last major persecution of Christians by Rome before the conversion of Consatantine changed everything. The irony is that Diocletian, who so hated Christians, is buried in the Split cathedral. One of Paul's work colleagues recommended a restaurant at the end of the harbour called Fife's so we tracked it down. We had Pasticada to eat, which was slowly cooked meat in a delicious sauce and homemade gnocchi. ...
... other side of the road than we are used to. We were amazed at the old town of Trogir as it was just so beautiful and striking. We couldn't stop oohing and ahhing every time we turned a corner and saw another narrow alley with history oozing out of the walls. It was a bustling popular place but amongst all the history and touristy shops there were businesses going about their daily business, hairdressers and optometrists, which seemed so ...
... We got off at St. Michel/Notre Dame, walked around a block and found our hotel - Europa, a pleasant place, a bit small but very quiet. Betsy and I walked to Notre Dame, and the down to the Port de Bercy. This is where Dennis and Leslie and their new gang board their canal boat. We continue back across the river on an undulating pedestrian bridge to the French National Library complex weaving back to the Mouffetard area. We stopped for a drinks while at an outdoor cafe along with ...