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... 58km. Sounds soooooo impressive but the first 20 or so km were downhill ;) we enjoyed great scenery coasting through the villages of Nerezisca and Lozisca, but didn't really stop much to take pictures, Then down to the port of Milna for lunch. After lunch we continued on to the town of Sutivan then along the coast back to our hotel in Postira.
Rode in the party ...
... prime real estate but as undesirable old affordable housing. Bizarre! There are some parts of the palace (the king’s private chambers and the vomitorium, for example) that are in ruins and some additions that were made in the 1600’s when Split was ruled by the Venetians, but the whole complex is amazing. There’s an Egyptian Sphinx outside the mausoleum that is over 3000 years old-it sits right out in the rain and sun and you can touch it (yes I did), ...
... within minutes of arrival and as we found out she is living above the apartment we are renting directly across from the tourist office. She shows us around our place, which is overlooking the main plaza. She makes some suggestions of her favourite beaches and restaurant in the area and we are ready to start our afternoon.
First stop Falko Bar on our way to the beach. The owner is a friend of Jelka but she said she ...
... to find a good selection of beach bars, cafes, ice cream kiosks and souvenir shops. For the first time in ages I had a silly cocktail, complete with umbrella (a “Caribbean Cruise”.) There’s nothing like sitting outside on a warm Mediterranean night, watching the lights twinkle across the bay, and drinking something luridly-coloured and alcoholic.
There are not a lot of sights to see on Krk but the ...
... preserved. We are glad we didn't stay here in the old city as it is very busy, noisy and commercialized. We sat on the beach this afternoon- believe it or not considering 2 weeks ago we were freezing our butts off. Since their beaches are hard rocks we walked around the corner to the Raddision where they have a beach bar set up with proper beach chairs, umbrellas, showers and refreshments. You just go to one of the many step down ladders and you ...