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... and when to go!! However the Blue Line tha we researched and booked was not the ferry line we would get on. It seems that they have a right to change at the last minute without informing the customer or giving the customer a choice. So we have a few hundred customers wondering what type of boat they will board. Oh well, this is Italy!
Remember, we are a couple of miles from the port and the ship – so we had to wait for the No. 20 bus – ...
... I was overtaking Dad I was going like 50km per hour.
The guy showed us the best time.
My first one was 36 and the seconded one was 32, so I beat my high score.
We walked up a mountain to get a great view.
And we also explored the rest of the old ruins.
Today is the last day in Split. Split was a great place to stay.
And I had my birthday there. It was awesome.
... than your original booked departure. When we arrived in Padova we only had 10 minutes to catch our connecting train to Ancona, we quickly found the gate and since we had reserved seats in coach 1, we assumed that this would be in the front of the train. When the train arrived we quickly ran to the front, the conductor stated we were in cabin 10 and cabin 1 was at the other end of the train. We had to run fast to the ...
Raph had told me about Split - the old town, wonderful beaches, gorgeous esplanade, etc. But not the history. This is the oldest town we've visited, the heart of it was built as a palace by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in late 300AD. No superlatives left.... Nanna and I wandered along the waterfront and through the old markets (where we later bought our lunch) then passed through the Silver Gate into the old ...
... escape Croatia before requiring coronary artery surgery. Croatian hospitality is really something - at every apartment we get complimentary drinks (schnapps, wine or coffee and snack) when we arrive. In Dubrovnik we had to collect our key from a nearby restaurant. The waiter took one look at us (sweaty from dragging our suitcases down a lot of steps) and said 'you need a beer!'. Tonight we went to pay our Trogir hostess (Mirella) and ended up being bailed up by her husband for ...