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... in an island toward the south and Dubrovnik a history-rich coastal city few kilometres away from the southern border with Montenegro. Croatia recently joined the European Union in July 2013, and shares borders with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and sea borders with Italy. 4.3 million people make the entire population of this small but beautiful country, that contributed to worldwide fashion with the invention of the necktie (worn by ...
... is a village from within split where all the boat staff come from so they all know each other. We had a good look around split then headed to our budget Blueline Ferry four our 11 hour overnight trip to Ancona Italy which departs at 8.30pm. Next stop Ancona on the Italian coastItaly then a one hour flight directly to Rome.
Hvala Croatia for a wonderful time!
Hoping all is well back home and everyone is keeping warm.
Love to all xxx
... high risk zones* according to the map – in terms of being somewhat dangerous for climbing. The journey is about 1600 steps. Unfortunately, our visit here isn’t THAT lengthy…and besides, with the rain, the rocks are very slippery! I would love to see this place when it’s sunny and clear – it would be beautiful with the mountains surrounding the town.
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... a huge wall, reminiscent of the Great Wall of China, snaking past the town. We wandered past the salt fields for which the town is famous – they date from medieval times – and went to a bakery and had a lovely breakfast in the square drinking coffee and eating pastries. Tea went to the little local market and bought some beautiful fruit – the peaches were stunning – and then we headed back to the ...
... is a refreshing spring day, I wouldn’t like to be visiting during the height of summer! There is so much to see in this compact city but we chose the Franciscan Monastery Museum as our first stop as it was the nearest tp Pile gate and to get out of the heat!. The monestery contains the oldest working pharmacy in Europe dating back to the 14th century. It was the pharmacy that we really wanted to see with all the medieval potions. Actually, it is ...