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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 ...
... La Fenice, the Venice Opera House. Varis did a tour while Jan, Ron and I waited outside. We grabbed light lunch before crossing back over the Accademia Bridge. Varis went to the hotel; the rest of us visited L'Accademia Museum. We visited about 17 of the 24 rooms seeing mostly 15th and 16th century paintings. We saw lots of Titians, Tintorettos, Tiepolos and Bellinis, and numerous lessor known artists. We wandered out late in the afternoon to the point of the island our hotel is ...
... a short walk to the beach- well a rocky beach but beautiful clear water with no waves. They call it the Mediterranean of Croatia and we agree. Next day we returned the car in one piece and commenced our journey to Madrid. It took a day of travelling. By the time we drove to Split Airport (2 hours). Then flew to Madrid via London, we were exhausted. Arrived at hotel about 11pm and proceeded to have our first tapas. We are going to enjoy Spain. Thanks for listening. Love to ...
... 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 ...
... Nothing exciting happened. Saw no one carrying guns. The ladies bathroom line was long there as usual. We had to stop at the border crossing. Davor said it was a " soft crossing" and that they don't usually have trouble with a bus full of American tourists. Didn't get to show my passport, so no stamp for Bosnia/Herzegovina. We did finish up our lesson on Croatian history and Serb/ Croatian relations. About halfway through the drive we passed both ...