Grand Hotel Duchi D'Aosta
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... 500 metres down, that was me, had shut my eyes few times. Beautiful coastline. Sorrento very busy, walked streets, again typical narrow streets with lots stalls lining streets. Went to another beautiful chapel, found remains of wall that surrounded the town yet again took lots photos, hoping remember what and where they were taken! Back on bus back around winding road forgot ...
The decision in the morning was to visit the Medieval walled city of Piran in the morning, search out a beach for the boys in the afternoon, and spend the evening on the sea wall near the apartment. Piran is only a short distance from where we spent the night, but it is a restricted area so only residences and local buses are allowed past the gates. It was decided to drive the mini-bus to the lot just outside the gates and take the free shuttle ...
As long as we have a car, let's take a drive up the coast. Heading to Porec to admire mosaics in a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
I first admire the polished stones of the shopping area of the old city. These must be a recent upgrade because they are mostly even and easy to walk on.
The first mosaics I notice are glimmering golden above a door in the 6th Century Euphrasian Basilica. We buy our passage and enter. There are columns that have ...
... eyes once or twice. Eventually, we entered a long, downward tunnel and emerged within sight of the Adriatic Sea. It was significantly warmer, and very sunny. We had three apartments in a nice building near the sea shore, and were able to walk to dinner along the main road within site of the sea. The boys where, however, immediately put off by the fact that there was no sand to be seen - only concrete walls and rocks. Even the lines of beach umbrella ...
... stalactites and stalagmites, chambers and cave-dwelling olms--sightless, snake-like amphibians that can only be seen here.
This is the most outstanding cave we have ever visited in the number of rock formations,
size and beauty and a recommended stop on your journey. But be forewarned. There are lots of cave pictures!