Crossland Economy Studios - Baton Rouge - Sherwood Forest
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... Sailaway at 6 pm
Day 4, May 13 T Rovinj: Market (truffles, dried figs), Walk to the Cathedral of St. Euphemia; visites Rovinj Aquarium with Tyler's
Day 5 May 14 W Split: Market (bread, olive oil, cheese), Diocletian's Palace, San Gregorie, Market
Day 6 May 15 Th Dubrovnik: Market (Louis's "frog", candied orange rinds), Fiary, Aerial Bus (Roger, Cindy and John)
... was the seat of Venetian rule for over 400 years and was built to display the power and wealth of the Republic. Much like our own White House, the Doge and his family lived in the Palace from which he carried out the affairs of state. Unlike our White House, the Palace also included a Senate Hall where 120 senators met, debated and passed laws. Masterpieces of Veronese and Tintoretto ...
... The mooring and un-mooring process was achieved without the use of either bow or stern thrusters. They seemed to have no apparent passenger limit. We travelled primarily on the No. 1 (local-stopped at all Grand Canal landings) and No. 2 (express- stopped at only selected landings). As part of our Untours deal, we were provided with a week's Vaparetto pass which greatly facilitated our comings and goings.
Water Taxis: These vessels could operate ...
... yielding a total of about 150 oars.
A very early map of the Atlantic Ocean (Mare Del Nort) and the surrounding land masses presented a reasonably accurate depiction of the United States and the West Indies.
One scale model depicted a two lateen sail configuration with an unusual forward rake on the "jib mast." (that's probably not the correct term for that spar-can someone help?)
Back to our starting point with 4557 miles and 672 gallons of fuel behind us.
We really enjoyed the experience although we were gone for 17 days; it seems some stops weren't long enough, but we were all getting a bit homesick.
We were blessed with ...