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... 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.
... up to the top of the old cobbled stairs. Here from the top of the town I enjoyed drinking in the view back across the terracotta roof tops and out to the harbour. Hvar is just such a gorgeous place, the old town, the countless secluded bays and the resort in which we were staying were just brilliant. I would have loved to spend a couple of days here walking, swimming, snorkelling perhaps even reading a book by the sea, what a good excuse to come ...
En härligt välsmakande gulash hos tyska segelvänner ombord på deras båt "Tequila".
Det bästa var besöket hos en välkänd kroatisk skulptör, Lujo Lozica, som har sin sommarateljé på en liten ö vid namnet Vrnik, som tillhör Korculaöarna. Vi och vänner från Sverige blev inbjudna på lunch hos honom och hans fru, även hon konstnärinna. Dom hade träffats, för rätt länge se'n, på konsthögskolan i Zagreb. Dom är faktiskt rätt ålderstigna, han är född 1934 ...
... see enormous motor yachts off the island, including one with its own full-size Jet Ranger helicopter. Cross to Mljet Island, and take the third of the entrances to the fjord-like harbour. Good photos on the way in to Polače, which has Roman ruins from the 6th century. Pull up at the wharf outside Sponga, our selected restaurant, where patrons of the restaurant can moor for the night, free, including electricity. Soon after, someone arrives with a ...
Today was so relaxing. Korcula Town was our shortest port stop, and after a beautiful tender ride to the island, we decided to just leisurely walk around. Korcula is a delightful spot, much less crowded than Dubrovnik, very clean and seemingly very low-key.
This city has lovely, but incomplete walls, and their claim to fame is the alleged birth place of Marco Polo. I say "alleged" because both Venice ...