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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 ...
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Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Rovinj, Croatia (pronounced ro VEEN)
These are lazy days. Finally. We're allowing ourselves some vacation days. After countless ...
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We headed west from Zagreb into Istria on some wonderful highways with tunnels, viaducts and cliff-hugging sections with spectacular views. (South of Rijeka, a few days later, the views would be even more spectacular). Once off the expressway, each collection of two or more houses seems to have its own name, all signposted and connected by a web of narrow, winding roads. The only catch is that ...
... town. The tour in the outdoor portion of the Amphitheatre was somewhat relaxed, however the underground portion was absolutely packed with large tour groups (probably from nearby cruise ships), and I was glad to get out of there.
The tour ended at a large Roman arch and after that we were free for lunch. Several of us wandered over to the outdoor market, and there was an upstairs restaurant there, so we stopped for a meal. I ...