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... about a 1.5 hour drive north. Went through a 10 mile stretch of Bosnia which borders the Adriatic Sea. The countryside along the sea is very nice and there are a lot of towns in this section too. Our bus is good for the narrow roads since it only seats 20 people (the nine of us plus Jon have plenty of room. The road to the port goes through grape and mandarin orange growing areas. At the rest stop, we bought a bag ...
... on the boat watching the lights twinkling in the distance while laughter surrounded us. Tomorrow we motor back the short distance to Vodice where Shane and I hop off to begin the next stage of our journey. Before I sign off you've got to know...a Pack Rat it is! Another lighter gone and Stan and Doreen's kit chewed through. It even gnawed through the hard plastic of their deodorant. Looking forward to a night not interrupted by a scratching ...
... back to our apartment which is on the sixth floor of a very old building with no elevator over looking the Riva, it has 91 steps from bottom to top.
The first night with the Mitchell's the guys went to our favourite wine bar, the waiter that served them was a black West Indian guy from Rockingham and he was a very good talker! Di and Lynne did a quick survey of the shoe shops ready for the next days excursion!
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... on the large deck. Split is an interesting place, the site of Diocletian's waterside palace and a gateway to many of the islands. Our guided walk in the city enabled us to learn a great deal about the rich history of Split including aspects such as Roman versus Middle ages building techniques.The well preserved palace, essentially a retirement home for Diocletian, was built out of marble from Brac Island and today is home to many restaurants and craft shops as well ...
... many more Meštrović sculptures and wooden carvings (http://www.mdc.hr/mestrovic/kastelet/i ndex-en.htm).
Sooo...we had now missed the bus and would have to wait almost an hour... We started walking, hoping to find a café for lunch before toooo maaaany steps. NOT TO BE. Maria checked out two possibilities off to the side of the road - a marina and the Archaeological Monuments Museum. ...