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... bring in their grain and have to sit and wait for hours until it was ground. The mill operators treated us with shots of local liquer and sugar coated lemon and orange rind.
After the grain grinding demonstration, we continued walking upstream through lush forest vegetation along the stream. We came to another little stone house that had hand woven fabric hanging so that the water rushed over it and two pedals pounded it to achieve a fabric finish much like ...
... a thing of great beauty. We are overlooking the old city and it is a sea of red tiled roofs separated by narrow streets. There are a couple of distinctive churches in the city, one having a big dome with a ladder all the way to very tip of the spire, but the wall absolutely dominates the eye in every direction. The wall is quite wide, plenty of room to pass, although the powers that be have been sensible and made it one way all the way around the 2km+ distance. It follows ...
At 8:00 a.m. sharp, Mario rang the bell and we went down to the dining area for our first breakfast on-board the Vapor. He had set out an array of food items - eggs, fruit, bread, meats, cheeses, zucchini, yogurts, cereals - you name it - and we each took our turn at the coffee machine.
After breakfast, one of the city buses came to bring us back into the Old Town of Dubrovnik. Luckily, Petra suggested we bring our rain gear because boy did it rain! My ...
... and towns of Croatia were amazing but it was truly the people on this part of the trip that we will remember most. We were so fortunate to have made such great new friends and we received so many offers to come visit people all over the world. We will definitely be taking you all up on those offers!
Now it’s off to meet Bree’s parents in Lisbon, Portugal for a quick tour before we head to Scotland for our wedding!! Until Next Time…..David & ...
... find a wide marbled pedestrian boulevard and the 15th century Onofrio Fountain among other historical monuments. On your left you have the Franciscan Monastery and Pharmacy which was build in the 14th century. We wanted to catch the cable cart to Mount Srd but unfortunately we didn't have enough time, so off we went to walk the wall ...