Kempinski Hotel Adriatic Istria Croatia
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... br> exploring. It was Sunday morning so the churches were full of people and not
really open for touring. Trieste’s history makes it more religiously diverse
than other places in Italy where almost all the churches are Catholic. In
Trieste there are significant Serbian Orthodox, Greek Orthodox, Hungarian
Reformed, and Lutheran churches as well as a Synagogue.
Down by the waterfront I soon figured out there was
something going on. It ...
... all Habsburg Territory and there was little notion of
Slovenia four centuries ago. I lucked out in being there on Sunday, the only
day of the week during October when there is an afternoon performance, just a
few Euros in addition to the hour long tour of the stud farm, barns, and its museum,
with the opportunity to get up close and personal with some real live
The hour-long show was a good one and much less crowded or
... truffle-hunting expedition with pigs or dogs. It sounds interesting if a bit touristy, and I didn’t encounter any such offerings while I was in Istria even though such tours are offered at high prices on the Internet. What I did find, though, in Istria was plenty of restaurants serving dishes with truffles. I tried some truffle dishes before in Perugia in Italy when I was there in 2003 and have to admit to their appeal. The little fungal nubs that grow along the root ...
Slovenia has only 16 miles of coastline, not much compared to Croatia's thousands of miles of coast when you include all of its islands and peninsulas. The short stretch is quite developed with an industrial port city (Koper), a swank resort (Portoroz), and a few other old towns. The one real attraction, though, is Piran, a beautiful old town on a peninsula similar to Porec and Rovinj in Croatian Istria but ...
At 9 am sharp, our guide, Goran arrived and we set off for a tour of Rovinj where the signs are all in both Croatian and Italian because of the dominance of the Venician Empire on this part of Croatia. Both languages are required in school which makes it very easy for us Americans. Goran was a walking history book and we learned the entire history and development from beginning to the present. It felt ...