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Travel Blogs from Pula
The Twin Gates and the Arch of Sergian have been integrated into the rest of the city. It's amazing to see everyone walking beneath them as if they were just another part of the city, not relics some 2,000 years old. You can still make out the details of the friezes which adorn them. It is like being on a Hollywood movie set.
After seeing the Temple of Augustus we found a ...
Today we set off for Croatia. First stop Pula, on the Istrian Peninsula. Looks like a fairly long drive, so freeway travel is the order of the day. Northern Italy must be the crossroads for road transport into central and eastern Europe. There are literally hundreds of trucks on the freeway traveling in both directions. Hungarian, Romanian, Czech, Polish, and Croatian number plates are everywhere.
After an hour or so, we leave Italy and ...
... clinging to the top of a light cream sauce over the fuzi. It was melt-in-your-mouth smooth, leaving a mildly sweet flavor behind.
Our opinion about whether the truffle fuss is worth the high prices and media attention? Yes, maybe. Like fine art and wine, it’s all in the eyes or mouth of the individual.
The next morning dawned with typical thick fog in the valley and nearby towns peering above the clouds. At breakfast (perfectly scrambled eggs ...
... really nice people. Although about 25 percent of the cruisers are Asian, we have spent pleasant time with Aussies, Scotsman, English and even a lovely couple from Phoenix (he started AAMCO and retired when he was 42). Not sure these blog posts are reaching anyone , but we will keep trying. All of you take care! Ann and Marv (If you get this please let us know. ...
... such as the Forum and the newer iron and glass Market Hall that was built during the Austro-Hungarian reign.
A Meal Fit for a King/Queen, or a President
We ended our day with a detour to Vodnjanka Restaurant in the town of Vodnjan, located conveniently between Pula and Rovinj. A Croatian had recommended this restaurant a few days earlier, telling us we were in for a real treat.
And so it was.
The restaurant is cozy and ...