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... head to a lake nearby! It started to rain quite heavily then and we all got a little cold but hopped out of the car to see the lake, skim some stones and chat for a while before feeling really cold with our umbrellas and coats and headed home! For dinner we had leftovers from the week pretty much and then I went up to bed to plan and get an early night in – I spent the night listening to music which was fabulous as I had not done that in ...
... course we also rubbed it, in the hope our luck and good fortune will continue. We went up the bell tower and got some expansive views of the city of Split and its surrounds. It was a pretty unsteady climb up the narrow steep steps. In fact it was quite scary. Ken and I tentatively made our way to the top. Paul stopped midway. I took a selfie when I reached the top, as proof of the climb, which I discovered is quite acceptable, since we hear on today's news that the Pope's selfie ...
On August 23, we left Croatia to head back to Italy. But before we left, and after our last blog posting, we were able to visit the beautiful marina town of Rovinj. Sonja owns an apartment that she rents out to travelers who like more of the beach life than the country life offered at La Casa di Matiki. We went to Rovinj to help her clean the apartment for newly arriving guests. After cleaning the apartment and introducing the new guests to their home for ...
Well today feels like a long day and it's only 10pm here in Italy! Crazy! James drove me to Gatwick at around 7.45am, stopping a couple of times on the way to go to the shop, the toilet and for breakfast. We made it to Gatwick around 10.30am, nicely early, and made our way to the BA check-in area – the check-in was really cool, all self service and very quick and simple! More airlines should do it this way. Once I had sorted that out with a little help from James, ...
... cable car down to Passo Pordoi 2239m. You can walk down the 700m if you wish, however there are only two buses back to either Corvara/Colfosco or Ortisie and these are at 3.40pm or around 5.00pm.
So you can see you will climb over 1,300m there are some steel ropes, so if you suffer from vertigo this is not a hike for you. ...
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