Hotel Villa Cittar
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... and riders. Every set of stop lots is a drag strip for them. Red lights are not to be obeyed. Pedestrians are nothing but obstacles that get in their way. Had a few close calls.
The days ends with a night walk along the main streets, but with everything shutting at 8pm its time to head home for a well deserved rest.
Not so lucky with the blue sky today, its a little bit overcast. There is a tram in Trieste that is very very old. The tram is #2 , and ...
... up towards St. Euphemia church, at the top of the hill on this small peninsula. Every now and then you can peek out and see an alley that leads to the sea where a boat can park. It rained the first night we arrived but we didn't mind. It was the sea.
And for a Saturday night, it was dead, but we didn't mind. It was the sea. One restaurant was still open and we split a pizza and ...
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... colony. When it comes to ancient hilltop villages, we felt you could do better in Portugal, Albania, or Greece: more traditional, fewer tourists, more goats. At Motovun you even have to pay for parking before you drive up the hill.
We also visited Poreč on the coast, which was even more touristy, although the basilica is worth visiting. But the spot we liked best in Istria was ...
... I can only imagine what it’s like on the larger “mainstream” tours with 60-80 people.
After dinner it was a quiet 30 minute ride back to Motovun, where Peter took us right to the spot where the city bus usually drops passengers. We made the tiring hike up the hill and finally back to the hotel (where I got a coffee to take to my room).
Overall, it was a very interesting (albeit long and tiring) day.