Hotel Priscapac Resort & Apartments
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... at Easter and one other day of the year, in honor of St Theodore. How lucky were we to be there on the one other day! It was so great to see the flickering candles and people of all ages walking slowly along in the procession, following in the tradition of their ancestors. Some of the men were really struggling carrying the heavy candles; the heaviest weighing close to 80kg!! This man given this honor is allowed to stop and ...
... As I climbed the stairs towards the large fortress, I encountered a larger group of photographers, again with reflectors and high-end cameras. I started chatting with one of them and it turned out they were taking part in a two week photography workshop from the Czech Republic. I decided to leave that spot as they were shooting towards the place I was standing so I continued exploring. Just as I was leaving an Australian couple wandered by and I had a chat with ...
... piece of concrete to relax on and swim in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea.This swimming area of coast is about 5 mts below a pine tree lined street with restaurants the length of the street.
It is breathing taking getting in the water as it is brrrr for me, or beautiful if you ask Trevor! I made it in a couple of times to the waist and eventually for a swim. Phil went all out and got wet to the knees!!
This was only my second time ...
... fees for basically two rooms. There was even another smaller museum in the building that was believed to be his family's home. To top it off, in this tiny Old Town, there were a total of 5, yes 5, museum shops. Today was pretty relaxing. The weather was beautiful the whole day, I got to sit out out the hotel pool, enjoyed a spaghetti dinner (apropos as Marco Polo brought noodles from China to Italy) while watching the sun set. Tomorrow we'll be off for the real R and R of the trip, ...
... and then took the tender boat to town. I walked around a bit – it was overcast and chilly. Everywhere I went, I would hear someone pointing at a house and saying "I think that’s the Marco Polo house." I have no idea which was the Marco Polo house, but surely I saw it somewhere. The town was pretty small, so after walking through and buying a magnet, I took the tender boat back and had a day of rest. I got ready, and went to meet Simon, Krista and Bobby ...