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... along this highway is convincing us that we don't need to rent a car to see yet more of this area. Vodice, though not mentioned in Lonely Planet, is a busy tourist town...probably because of the marina. Unfortunately tourist towns come with noisy bars! Our boat, a 44' Bavarian, is quite wide with lots of room for 6 people. Good thing because, during our walk about / paper work a huge storm came in. The force was so strong water dripped through windows ...
... cher. Elles ne sont pas toujours fabuleuses, mais nous en avons eues qui étaient exceptionnelles. Donc fringale et pizza à Trogir. :)
Une fois le ventre bien rempli, nous sommes partis nous promener dans la vieille ville. Nous en avions pas mal entendu parler, les guides disent que ça vaut le détour, mais en fait j'ai été plutôt déçu. D'abord il y a le portail de la cathédrale, qui est supposé être une oeuvre importante et unique, mais ...
... to the beach where we paddle in the water. Again the beach is packed with sun loving holiday makers. We board the bus and continue South stopping for some breathtaking phot stops. We cross the border into Bosnia as Duprovnik is an "island" inside Bosnia. We stop for more photo opportunities as the scenery is magnificent. After another hour we arrive at Dubrovnik and oh my goodness our hotel is on ...
... in during our entire trip.
Despite the fact that Marijana told us the rental agency would pick up the car themselves in the morning if we wanted, we decided to try to save an extra day of rental charges so we drove out to the Zadar airport and dropped the car off. Blissfully unaware of the text message from Marijana warning that we should spend no more than 120 Kuna on the cab fare, we ended up getting scammed to the tune of 250 Kuna by the cab driver ...
... narrow passes. Very nice apartment. After checking out the town and having a glass of the local white wine we decided to go on a walking tour before dinner. Hoping to learn some history about Trogir we paid for the tour with Stephen, the old Greek guy missing most of his teeth, and smelling of b.o. Stephen looks in his mid 70's, but he was probably younger. He was hard to understand. Not because of his heavy accent, but because ...