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Well we made it. Fifty years and we are still talking to each other (and after 5 weeks in hotel rooms too). Our start today is governed by the ferry schedule again. We left Hvar Town at 10 AM for Stari Grad about a 30 minute drive. Got to the terminal with an hour to kill so we wandered through a little shopping center across the street. They had …
... chivalry was dead! Our bags are quite heavy and we had to line up for the ferry then carry them up the walkway onto the boat. The boat was packed and not one person including the people who worked on the boat offered any help. I know that I will be very disappointed in you Henry if you do that when you grow up. It has been the same on public transport as well, if we are standing no one ever gets up to offer Granny a seat. The ferry took about 1hr and 15mins to get to Hvar. They call it ...
... in time until he stopped as suddenly as he began, took his bow and with a hop, skip and a jump he was gone.
The show continued with a magician, a balancing act and finished with the high priest character singing Michael Jackson’s: We are the World’. At this point, members of the crew from the Deck department through to the Spa staff, catering staff to the cleaning staff, bar staff and cabin stewards all walked through the theatre and onto the stage. ...
... This year the weather is much more tropical so there are large storms much more often. Whilst in Zagreb there was a cyclone at the coast. Not sure how severe but I know of girl who was sailing and one of the days they had to stay out because it was too dangerous to be out on the water. I think I got pretty lucky to only have a minor storm on my trip. From the sounds it seems to be a large area. Recently there have been large floods in Bosnia and Austria which ...
... most famous tourist site. Roman Emperor Diocletian was notorious for his cruelty to Christians and was responsible for Rome's most brutal and bloody massacres of them. The stone used to build the palace comes from the island Brac (been there!)