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... had been damaged in an earthquake and during repairs they uncovered 13th century frescoes which can now be seen, just fragments, but good colours. Almost next door is a tiny church, plain and simple with the altar behind a screen, and a side room with the loveliest old red-based paintings on a cabinet against the wall, you never know what you are going to find next.
Back to the ship, I was ready for a bite to eat and a spell so ...
With Venice done and dusted, it's now time for phase 2 of my journey. Took the economy way to the cruise terminal -€9 as against a water taxi for €80. Had some luggage handling but that was easy enough. Met some people who'd done it before so had some assurance I was on the right track. Well organised embarkation procedures and I was on the Splendour of the Seas in no time. To the ...
... the beach. Around 10.30 we set off in the car to visit the famous Sveti Stefan. Is is a famous island, that now houses a resort. We parked at the top of the hill, and walked down after a refreshing drink looking down at the village. We walked along the beach, towards the island. It was very picturesque, minus the stones for sand. It was a very hot day, and we were already ready for another drink and some food. Adam had a cold and ...
... to have two cars and was barely enough for one. As we climbed higher it was just a cliff drop on the side of the bus straight down. I kept moving further and further over so I didn't have to look down. The tour guide said the bus driver is very experienced so no need to worry. When we stopped and I saw he was slightly crossed eyed I did worry! We stopped at the village for a sample of the local produce including a glass of wine. 10.00am and it was a ...
... in fact in the “archipelago of Croatia.” Upon their return to the old city, the tramway group joined the others at a previously designated meeting location. At that point, Sara and Roger decided to locate a WiFi café to post the travel blog while the others chose to return to the yacht.
The group again had drinks in the cabin…bread still fresh and wonderful dipped in the rosemary/garlic olive oil purchased at the market. And, we’re already wondering ...