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... have been filled in with concrete, kind of built up and sloping downwards. This is to stop the men from urinating in the corners.
She also pointed out the centuries old buildings and fishbone design of the town and how the streets point in certain directions to make the most of cool summer breezes, and in winter to block out the cold winds. Also that windows are not positioned facing each other in order to ...
Day 30 - Thursday, June 11, 2015 - Hvar to Korcula
Hvar is the only 'one night stand' of our trip. We didn’t unpack because our ferry boat to Korcula (pronounced KOR-chu-la) leaves early. We should explain ‘ferry boat.’ These are huge ships depending on whether they are transporting trucks, cars, and people. They can swallow dozens of tractor trailers, then the cars, then 400 hundred or ...
... I was wishing I hadn’t ordered the fries, as the meal was large enough without them). We had a nice visit over dinner for about two hours and then walked back to the hotel. While dining we had a short chat with the group at the next table, some of them being from Scotland.
I plan on getting to bed early tonight, as we have to meet at 08:20 for the trip to Mostar (which should be an interesting stop).
Once again I’ve noticed on ...
... of Korčula at a small, steep area of vineyards perched above the Adriatic Sea. The just-picked grapes are brought by boat to the winery, just north of the historic walled city, Dubrovnik, in the southern Dalmatia wine region.
We cruised from there back to Dubrovnik, it was quite a way, we stopped for a swim stop in a magical bay, there was a huge jellyfish that scared some of the swimmers ...
... housed the City Museum’s collection of Greek and Roman artifacts, shipping relics and gave us glimpse of the living styles of the time.
We finished our tour by walking to the birthplace of Marco Polo, born in 1254. We ventured to the top of the Loggia above the famous world traveler and writer’s home, to view the rooftops of Old Korcula.