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We wish we were here for longer! What a beautiful place, we absolutely have to come back here one day! We walked around the city walls this morning which was great, we had not quite a birds eye view of the old city. We then walked down the main thoroughfare and grabbed a ice cream which was awesome in the heat here, just to cool us down. We then made our way through the back streets to wee local ...
... to mind our sense of humour and they make nice cocktails, one was a bourbon based drink enclosed in a glass dome filled with smoke from applewood to give the bourbon a smoky flavour.
We took the ferry to Dubrovnik which was busy as hell and packed with tour groups - really glad we didn't stay there, in all spent no more than an hour there because I was afraid I was about to go postal.
... to be carried! Also saw a beautiful chandelier there which had been made on Murano Island in Venice by the famous glassmakers. We had a walk out to the Ploce side of the city then back to the square and we were on our own.
We were keen to do the walk around the top of the city wall as were Ian and Cheryl - their son had done this a few years ago and told them it was a must do but that we should do it as early in the morning as possible. We didn't ...
... today we rode through farmlands that were similar to the Willamette Valley with the exception of riding through several old communities and farms. Lots of rolling hills today which makes riding much more interesting. Dennis and I rode sweep today which meant we could take time for photos. It was a very relaxing position for sightseeing and ability to stop whenever we wanted without holding someone up. Today we visited the war memorials dedicated to the US soldiers and cemetery ...
... while Croatia is a new member of the European Union, they do not use the euro, they use the Kuna. Wrapping our heads around how to convert prices from euros to Canadian dollars was hard enough, but introducing this new currency added an extra math step. Luckily some shops accepted euros and those that didn’t accepted VISA, so we ended up being A-okay.
The temperature that day was extremely hot and I had actually forgotten ...