Marko Polo Hotel
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There seemed to be a lot of good photo ops in the various alleys I walked through. Narrow alleys with brightly coloured flowers, clothes hung out to dry, etc. I also enjoyed the wonderful experience that I’ve had in other locations in Europe when walking through alleys, smelling a potpourri of wonderful food smells. That included one area that smelled heavily of garlic.
I’ve noticed a couple of times on this trip that at times, ...
... beach' in Europe and it was so, so good soaking up the rays!
A late lunch at home and we went back to town to look at the internal streets of the old town and climbed the Bell Tower. The stairs were as tiny and tightly spiraled as any we had previously navigated, but we timed it so that the bells would chime the half hour while we were up there. Luckily it wasn't anywhere near as loud up close as we expected so we do still have our hearing.
... the wet. Finding a spot a little too late, we sat down damp and a bit glum to enjoy coffee and homemade tiramisu and wait for the return sailing at 4pm.
Amid another shower we made it to the ferry, only to find it didn’t sail until 5 (we had an old brochure with high season sailings – whoops!) so tried to find entertainment in the small and thoroughly soggy town for another hour. Able to walk a bit further around the coast ...
... then do it all again in reverse to get back to Adriatic Pearl. . Tonight we are moored four boats abreast and are surrounded by boat parties , more pirates and lots of drinking games .
Friday we depart early and have a short swim break on way back to Dubrovnik, after lunch into old town by bus for another walking tour of main streets. We hear about the underground ...
... to go run after the dog!
It was so windy coming into Korcula we moored a the sheltered side of the city which meant we had a 10min walk into town. Korcula is another beautiful little croation town. The old town is shaped like a fish with the streets being its bones. The way the streets face provides a natural air conditioning for the town when the winds are blowing in the summer. On our tour of the old town Kate bumped into her childhood DR and his ...