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... for 6 of us which was around $158 NZ. We can see why people like to holiday here as cost wise food is very reasonable. The next morning we headed down to the harbour again for breakfast. I was delighted to hear the cafe had toast. Their version is a toasted sandwich with ham and cheese. In Austria it was the same but usually bread bins with ham and cheese. We are eating lots of bread! Rovinj sits on ...
... exploited the wifi. Already noticing how clean Slovenia is compared to Croatia, everywhere you look it is spotless and they are hot on recycling. Later in the afternoon we headed out of town to Postojna, where there is a famous castle and a gigantic cave which we will explore tomorrow. Having trouble finding a park we decided to drive to the castles car park, turned out to be a very nice quiet location with no one about to bothered ...
... Explored the town, with all its cute little alleyways, finding a sunny spot on the sea front to devour our packed lunch, before continuing our look around town. By afternoon it was time to continue north, saying goodbye Croatia and hello Slovenia... crossing the border into yet another country. Both of us increasing our geography knowledge, realising just how short ...
... or whatever you can do to make sure we make the ferry to Venice tomorrow morning. It's the ONLY one this weekend. I keep telling Robin that's the only thing that I'm anxious about on this entire trip. The rest we can adjust. After six days we have covered a lot of ground over 560 miles in the rental car alone (some of them because we were lost) but all of them have included something interesting, beautiful, charming and historical. So goodnight from ...
We have experienced 2 days of magical scenery. The first, on our day trip from Verona to Lake Garda and the Valpolicella region.
Here we stumbled across a family vineyard - Boscaini Carlo- on 14 hectares est. 1948 where we tried some amarone and other wines. The vineyard produces 4500 bottles a year. We then wound through the hills and finally descended to Lake Garda ...
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