Hotel Villa Adriatica
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... for the night, and once again we were ferried to a restaurant for dinner via the rib. Dinner was a bit of a shambles with this tiny restaurant trying to handle the 40+ orders for our Medsailors group; but the food and cocktails were nice! We stayed up late back on the boat drinking and playing cards as it was our final night together and Megan and Bekah had to leave early the next morning to make their flight back to ...
... tower was built in the 1300's.
The bell tower was not part of the tour but Simon had climbed it earlier in the day. A bit of a steep climb, some of the steps are quite big ( even for Simon ) in places but the view was spectacular. Luckily the bells only ring at 6am, midday and 6pm so it was quiet when I climbed. The 6am ring had woken us up.
The Palace is protected by the UNSECO. What is ...
... palace walls. The 4 entrances are all special in their own way. Named gold , silver, bronze and brass, they had some significance, I just can't remember right now. Attached to the cathedral was a beautiful bell tower, that of course we climbed - wish we hadn't as it was not the usual stone or wooden steps all the way to the top but modern, rusty metal steps, that I'm not sure were made for the number of pedestrians it had on it today. The Stairs seemed to be on ...
... really powerful. On the last day we had booked a rent-a-boat. We were very excited. Charlie bought a fishing line and snorkel. However, it turned out that neither of us had very good sea legs and with hindsight it was probably a little ambitious. The waves would hurtle into our tiny boat and send it rocking. Whenever we stopped the wasps would attack us in their hundreds. The wind was at 10knots. Charlie started to feel sea sick and then he cut himself on the fishing ...
... whose smell permeated the town's waterfront due to all the merchants selling any kind of lavender product imaginable. This is where the trouble started. On our way out of town, our bike ride took us straight uphill, and instant regret set in. As motorcycles and cars flew past us, I developed a throbbing headache (probably due to dehydration and little exercise over the past two weeks) but we pushed on through until we got to a fork where the road split ...