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... I decided to skip going on the motorway and take the scenic road!! Well, what a mistake this was!!
I had travelled this road in 2012 and never remember it being as busy or as boring as this was now. The first 30 or so km simply just plod along through housing estates etc with the m/way running alongside. It would have been 100% better going on the m/way.
Finally out of the boring area and I'm on the edge of the Adriatic sea. Its nice and twisty ...
... so he just got some veggie soup which he loved. Seeing as Split is on the water and they have lots of fresh seafood I decided to get the seafood risotto. OMG! It was spectacular! We had a couple of drinks there after, then headed back for a good nights sleep. The next morning we packed up, checked out and heading into town for some brunch. We got a couple of club sandwiches and coffees to keep us going. Darcy and I have become club sandwich connoisseurs. We ...
So after 6 days of perfect alpine September weather - blue skies, warm temperatures - October dawns grey and cloudy. But we are going south, so set off in positive spirits! We have decided to use the motorway for the first part of the trip - we need to get some miles .- er kilometres that is - under our collective belts and we know the northern part of Slovenia quite well. Hadn't counted on the one way traffic in the Karawanken tunnel though, but the half hour wait didn't ...
... like to cruise at a steady 120 km/h but due to boredom, I found myself doing more like 130 to 140! Mind you the Mercs, Beemers and Audis still passed me. The motorway makes a kind of dog leg. I could have followed the scenic coast with a lesser distance but it would have taken much longer to get to Opatja. The signs Rijeka/Belgrade seemed to come and go for ever. As ...
... Curicum. The walls and three Venetian city gates are still visible. There are also some really beautiful Renaissance-era buildings, the Roman baths and the cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption (from about 1100) on the square and many other Romanesque churches and buildings, castle, narrow dark streets in the old town. And then, when you take one of the gates and go beyond – you see a different world, much more modern, much more ...