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Travel Blogs from Trogir
... from the boat, and did not indicate the throng that awaited us in the central St Ivan (John) square. We thought we were away from the cruise ships of Dubrovnik, but they have followed us here. The main cathedral was packed with tours so we made our plans in reverse- found a cafe for a coffee then walked the perimeter of this fortified walled (remains of) village from the 13-14C. Like Split it is a living village so it has many modifications and repairs ...
... privat, lyxig och därför rätt dyr.
Dianne och Ursula gick för att ta ett dopp i swimmingpoolen.
10 €uro per person. Lite för dyrt i deras smak och dom dök i havet på väg till Konzum för att handla!
Sedan både åt, drack och sov vi gott!
Den 4 juli fortsatte vi vår färd via hav, flod och sjö fram till Skradin. En liten stad med en ACI marina, som vi lade till vid. Det finns också plats för att ankra utanför ...
... I think that means I was tempted to buy these things because of my irritation with the restaurant.)
In the courtyard outside the Cathedral, I heard a woman singing and playing a guitar so I stopped. She was joined by a Canadian man and they did a few tunes together before taking a break. I left at that point but it was nice to hear some live music outdoors in the warm evening weather. The weather this whole trip has been exemplary!
... best. Especially when you are up seven decks and the elevator will only hold three guests and luggage per trip.
OK enough on travel trials and tribulations. Let's get to the good stuff.
Trogir is a beautiful seaport located right on the Adriatic, effervescent azure blue seas adourned with tens of sailing vessels of all descriptions.
The old town of course is framed with century old buildings ...
... the principal gave us a tour. The work looks hard but, if you are gifted, it guarantees you a reasonable income of around 1000 to 1500 euro per month.
From there, we were bussed to Praznica where we began our almost entirely downhill ride to Zlatni Rat, maybe the most famous and beautiful beach in Croatia. The downhills were thrilling but the views were even better. The guides warned us to control ...