Rovinj, Croatia, with stone homes facing the water, Venetian style.
I first saw a photo of Rovinj on a ferry from Hvar to Split; a medieval village rising in stone buildings uphill to a baroque church on a hilltop. Reaching up from the sea, an oval of land connected by a narrow strip to the [...]
Looking at Rovinj, Croatia from the water. We visited in a boat the other day, and drove up from Pula today. Today it rained, not so great for photos.
A courtyard off a pedestrian street in Rovinj.
The old town of Rovinj juts out into the sea in the shape of a spoon. [...]
Looking from one end of the Pula Amphitheater to the other.
It’s Birthday week, John’s, then Hannah’s, our first on the road. Marlie and I snuck out to pick up gifts for them in Venice from the wonderful little leather shop L’Grifone, and have had them stashed for the past couple of months. Hannah had [...]
The Roman Amphitheater in Pula, the 6th largest in the world.
We’ve headed North, and left the Dalmatian coast behind. We are in Pula now on the Southern tip of Istria. Both John and I liked Pula immediately, although we are not sure why our reaction to it is such a contrast to our immediate [...]