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... had so much going on inside as well. There was a room with more stone carvings and one of God actually protruding out of the ceiling. Our guide pointed out a black, charred cross that had been burned with everything in the town during the plague. The wooden cross somehow remained intact after all of that and was kept as a symbol of hope. The final room that we saw contained artifacts from ancient times and the original bronze statue of ...
... grow as a person, realise how wonderful life is and people are, gain perspective, push your limits, do something stupid, make and lose friends all over the world and realise how simultaneously big and small the world really is. You have the means and opportunity to see and experience more of the world than 99 per cent of the worlds population before you, including many of the worlds greatest writers, philosophers and thinkers, don't miss that opportunity - pack your backpack and go.
... 99, 100, I’m counting the locals’, I replied. ‘101…101 Dalmatians. Well I had to get that one in before someone beat me to it!!’ I added rather pleased with myself!
We saw a group of passengers being led out down below on to the rather wet quayside. These where those that had booked an excursion. The quay was open with no place to shelter as the buses weren’t allowed dock side.
‘It looks like they’re ...
... piazza's and tucked away courtyards for quieter dinners etc, we were very glad we did. Climbing the bell tower of the cathedral was also a treat with its 360 degree views. Other friends, Debbie and Pete arrived on the saturday morning. Trogir has 2 larger marina's where you can charter boats from (we used the very well run Dalmatian Charters in the ACI Marina, one of many well equipped ACI Marinas spread throughout Croatia).
... at the bus station, walked across the street to the train station, and used the machines to buy a ticket to Venice. We caught the 9:38 am train with a minute to spare. We arrived in Mestre, transferred to the train going to Venice and arrived at around noon. We each bought a 72-hour water vaporetto pass and after standing a bit and walking a bit, caught a vaporetto to the closest stop to our hotel (Zattere). We walked out for a quick lunch in a small restaurant, very traditional ...