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... from Mexico who were cycling around Europe and so a good chat and a coffee was to be had.
The weather all around had turned really grey by now and looked extremely stormy. A mighty wind had also got up but the good thing was it was blowing towards the north and the same direction I was heading. However bad the weather was it certainly was not cold and the temp remained up at about 19 most of the day.
On setting up the satnav now for Rijeka it now wanted ...
... we had views of enormous mountains and on the left the beautiful water. We arrived in Split around 1.30pm and had no idea where to go. We decided to just hop in a cab. He drove us about 5 minutes and then said he couldn't go any further as cars weren't allowed. He gave us some good directions to our accommodation and we found it very easily. It was a relief not to get lost for once! We checked into our room and were surprised at how big it was! The decor was a ...
... spirits too much. First coffee stop was the excellent motorway services just after Ljubljana - temptingly good food, cheerful, helpful staff! Why can't GB manage this?
A bit more motorway, then off on the 6 towards the Croatian border and our lunch stop in Rijeka. The city is an urban sprawl with a large port, noisy and busy but with some impressive, if somewhat faded, Italianate architecture. We find a nice little trattoria with good food to ease the stress ...
... 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 ...