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... towards us and Jo screams and Pete asks her to speak calmly (as if). Jo is testing out her new approach to this problem "c.cc..ccc....caa......CAR!!!!!!" grrrrrrrrrrr
We finally reached Vodice, so took Ray and Jo to their hotel winding through narrow streets, mostly one way. We are all very delighted that we don't have that big van cause it never would have fit down those roads!
We are on the other end of the ...
... bags and depart. Our host walked with us, with our bags, to outside the city walls n then waited with me while Dick went to get our rental car out of parking. We (ok, me) were a little apprehensive about turning in our rental car, as Dick had had a little run-in in a parking garage in Dubrovnik that involved both sides of the car. Ironically, it was the parking garage for the ...
... afternoon. I love how everyone here has fruit trees in their yards and simply pick the fruit for snacks or food to offer their guests. As we sit, Oliver’s mother reaches up and simply starts cutting bunches of grapes off of the pergola and puts them on the table for all to share. They don’t use pesticides, but I’m thankful it rained two nights ago, so they are somewhat clean. We then head to Igor’s aunt Kata and uncle Davor’s house about two blocks over. ...
Nice sleep in today, brekkie then on the bus for Sibenik. Only a short drive and we are there. Beautiful city by the water. Start our city tour seeing some beautiful old buildings like the St James cathedral. Lots of small alleyways and very quaint. Time on our own, looking for souveniers and find a cute stone bracelet and candle holder. Lunch at a little cafe under the trees as the day is quite hot. Back on bus and back to hotel, walk ...
... the palace remains a maze of narrow cobblestone streets where local residents keep their shops and restaurants. In 1979 UNESCO declared the city and the palace a World Cultural Heritage Monument.
We start our walk on the eastern side of the palace to the Porta Argentea (Silver Gate) with the church of St Dominic on the opposite side (reconstructed between 1932 and 1934). Through the Silver Gate we see the Plain of King Tomislav and then on to the Peristil ...