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... of Venice is strong in the Loggia- the main square with the Cathedral of St Stephen (my traveling companion is enjoying seeing his name everywhere)!! Renaissance buildings stand out.
We began a fairly descent climb up steps before crossing the road to begin the walk to the Spanjola- fort. Views on the way were incredible but at the top , heavenly. There is a story that when God was sharing out the world ...
... better. They are all over here in Europe for a dancing event. They started in Switzerland where they performed with their Australian dance group. They decided then to extend their holiday and add a few more countries to their trip. One poor girl though broke her foot on the first weekend of their performance. So the poor thing has been hobbling around Croatia the best she could, a little bit tricky getting on and off the boat though! We spoke ...
... road with our cases to the local band dodging the onslaught of traffic and tourists where we meet up with our driver Rafael at the local pharmacy. We headed off to Pompeii arriving at 11.45. Started off with themost interesting cappuccino we have had to date, it was served up in a clear plastic cup with 2 straws and it was as ghastly as it looked Pompeii was much bigger and older than any of us expected. Fascinating place lots of restoration ...
... of dingy whispering the difference in its behavior is incredible. She is a master!!!
Vrbroska is a small fishing village with a canal through it. It is known as the Croatian little Venice and is very romantic. We stayed in the Marina and had dinner on the roof terrace of the restaurant. While Sophie, looking beautiful in the Vrbroska moonlight tries to crack on to the waiter by getting him to teach her Croatian. Romance is everywhere!!!!.
... your way down the wharf it opens up to a beautiful big town square with the bars and restaurants interspersed with little boutique shops and stalls selling jewelry, herbs, ice creams and snacks. The people there appear to be largely visitors to Croatia rather than locals and all having a good time but you do not see any signs of out of control drunks.
We ended up finding a nice restaurant overlooking the harbour and had ...