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Adriatic Adventure 12-11-14 Split to Rijeka, Croatia
Today's plan was to take the scenic road to Rijeka and stay the night there and for about the first time on this trip the plan worked.
As per usual I was woken up by some noisy bugger in the room next door and so I decided on a early breakfast and to get going.
A couple of times during the night I looked out the window just to check on my bike and there on guard was a nice little white and ...
... but hey it was spacious and clean. The young chap that checked us in gave us a map and directions into the old town. We settled into our room and then headed out to find some food, we were starving! The old town was only about a 5 minute walk away and we found it easily. We got lunch just outside the Iron Gate that takes you into old town at a place called NoStress cafe. We got some club sandwiches with a side of chips and some drinks. After, we walked through the ...
... colony. When it comes to ancient hilltop villages, we felt you could do better in Portugal, Albania, or Greece: more traditional, fewer tourists, more goats. At Motovun you even have to pay for parking before you drive up the hill.
We also visited Poreč on the coast, which was even more touristy, although the basilica is worth visiting. But the spot we liked best in Istria was ...
... an Amphitheatre which dates back to 3rd and 4th century. We did an audio tour which explained the history of this dramatic structure.The outer walls and the chambers beneath the arena are remarkably intact despite the pilfering of stones over the centuries for other buildings.(pics) We then took a 2 hour cruise around the Biranji Islands , it was relaxing a relaxing afternoon. The ...
... 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 ...