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All good things come to an end, and I have rescheduled my return to Switzerland via Italy and France instead of Austria and Germany.
I left the City of Hvar early morning and rode the twisty road back to Sucuraj to take the ferry back to the mainland. I arrived behind a queue of cars 500m long, all wanting to get onto the ferry. I filtered through the lot of them (That's the advantage of riding a motorbike) and got ...
... than actuality. We exited the festival grounds and went to Varis' favorite beer garden in a park just north of the train station. We each got a big mug of typical German beer, and enjoyed a dinner of potato salad, sauerkraut and sausages. We sat at a picnic table among a sea of empty ones. It was pleasant. We returned to our hotel, initially by skirting the Octoberfest grounds, but later diverting into them. We watched some of the rides and marveled at the multitude of drunk people. The dress is consistent - dresses and ...
... our way back and relaxed a bit before making dinner.
While we were eating, two guys from Czech Republic, who had parked their car near our tent decided to celebrate their vacation. They were noisy, drinking a lot of beer, and had on loud music. They hadn't put their tent up yet. It was like they were trying to decide whether they should. They dumped a lot of junk from their car onto the floor, had some more beer and walked away.
Can't say I was sorry. ...
... it was enough for a main for both of us. However, it was a delicious risotto so I'm not going to complain. Pretty uneventful evening, hung out by the beautiful sea watching the sun set and got some yummy cake for dessert. Split is a very beautiful relaxing place, great holiday destination. Very touristy though, you don't get to experience true Croatia I don't think. But still a lovely place. Dubrovnik next, which you can only get to by ...
All 22 of the Bishop clan boarded the Adriatic Pearl in Dubrovnik, Croatia to begin the long awaited celebration of Yvonne and Chuck's 50 years of marriage. We will be on the boat for 8 days, sailing along the Dalmatian coast. As one of the few individuals on board with no Croatian blood running through me, I now understand how much I have to learn about the Slavic sounding language, the food (Borek - meat and cheese pastry), the folksy music & ...