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... places to eat, gave us a quick history lesson. And we took a more scenic route and went up over the mountains near the coast. The winds here are famous for being treacherous and she was still in Rijeka because the highways were closed due to winds for 2 days. These are the winds that protected ancient pirates from the Venetian navy. The outsiders never could battle the winds and storm their fort, so these guys knew when to sail out when the ...
... people which also has a walled old city and is connected by a pedestrian foot bridge to the 'new' town. For some reason our apartment was not available so a lady took us to another place around the corner. It all was okay but at little annoying after a day of travel and exploring. Zadar was bombed quote severely during the 1991-1994 war in Croatia. The owner of the apartment had a bomb casing in the foyer with some bamboo type sticks in it. There was ...
... in treating rheumatic pain and post-traumatic pain. It has been proven that this kind of method of therapy with curative mud helps moisturize the body and skin, restoring the skin’s natural PH value. A mud mask relaxes the skin’s pores and improves blood circulation, successfully preventing and healing acne, removing accumulated toxins, and leaving your skin smooth and ...
There is time that you have to leave paradise and explore different parts of Earth. Maybe that is how Adam and Eve felt when leaving Eden – not happy! Don't you sometimes wish church people found different end to this story – well, yes! What about this? Eve eat apple but because that was an apple of knowledge they wanted to leave the place they knew and explore different parts of Eden. And, of course, that they were happy as they ...
... the old town to explore, just a ten minute walk away along the old stone city walls. The city still has several buildings standing that were built in the early to mid Middle Ages, though many have obviously been torn down and rebuilt since then. The old town is closed to cars, and the streets are made of worn, shiny beige stones. As we entered the old town we stumbled upon the remains of a city wall and watchtower on the Square of Five Wells, named very literally because ...