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... t believe this as no one knows for sure and so many countries try to claim this little slice of fame! She did say however that the house definitely belongs to the Polo family however it’s much more entertaining to sit and watch tourists climbing the stairs up to the tower, rather than actually going inside – as they all hit their head at the top of the stairs. Haha.
She also pointed out how so many of the ...
... we head to Dubrovnik via shuttle bus (we hope there is a ferry first to get us across to the mainland). The trip will take about two hours and drop us at our boutique hotel on the outskirts of Dubrovnik’s old town.
The islands are small, but beautiful!!
Croatia should be explored and put on your bucket list – this is a hidden gem!!
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... the walls of the old town.
Some of the others had made reservations at a restaurant called Adio Mare for 19:00 and they asked me if I wanted to join them. I definitely said “yes” and we made the short walk up into the old town and to the restaurant.
We were seated upstairs on a patio which was a nice location. I ordered the Adio Skewer with beef & pork, apple and onions as well as grilled vegetables and a small plate of ...
... born Miljenko “Mike” Grgich and his daughter, Violet Grgich. Mike started the winery to produce the finest wines from native Dalmatian grapes and concentrates on crafting Croatia’s very best varietals: Plavac Mali and Pošip. Croatia enjoys a long history of winemaking: records show grapes cultivated here centuries before the birth of Christ. Our Pošip grapes were grown on ...
... off the Adriatic.
We toured the Cathedral of St. Mark, which took over a century to build, that overlooks the town. Local stone masters left examples of their art in the details of the 15th century lion portal.
We also toured the 14th century Bishop's Palace and viewed the excellent art collection there, followed by the Gabrielli ...