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... great fun and we were not too bad BUT other patrons left or shifted seats . I tried to take a video but not sure if I managed it. That set the tone for the next day . All the streets had water spilling down but I visited the church and did some shopping . But had to go back to hotel to shower and change before we had to leave as I was so cold . A lovely wee town ver charming and I would have liked to stay. ...
... very different when experienced directly. In this way, travel is a constant and evolving lesson in history, politics, economics, geography, language, cuisine and the humanities.
I travel to gain perspective on my place in the world and to remind myself of how incredibly fragile and precious a prosperous, safe, peaceful and open society is. To remind myself of how unbelievably fortunate I am to have won the genetic lottery, realising that the great majority of my fortune in ...
... closed road. Then they sent us back around on the detour, with instructions, taking us about another 25 kms. Another memorable moment as a tourist!
The roads are great and make for an easy drive on the main roads with speed limits of 130 km. The road tolls are reasonable too.
They have some amazing tunnels thru the mountain ranges here. The longest tunnel today was 5.681 km. Can you imagine how much winding up and down it would take to cover the same distance by going ...
... several viewpoints and then walked along the cliff side looking down at the lower lakes. We found a route that would take us back to the car that looped by summer homes and small resorts for about two miles. We then drove up to Villa Izvor, Tito's summer home. It was as spooky to walk around it as it was in June. We returned to our lodging for happy hour. Varis had bought a very nice, soft "mixed" cheese from a roadside vendor in the afternoon. We had it on crackers along with ...
... Jupiter statue, rubbing the "lucky big toe" of Croatia's Bishop & I can be seen as perennial tourist posing with Diocletian guards
* had lunch in a delightful 'snack shop' we ran across in Split, when a waiter helped us find our way. The owner joined us for lunch, just to chat, and brought his beer. ...