Thursday, September 15, 2011

Here are photos from our travels around Croatia that just briefly touch on the beauty of this wonderful country. We really loved it there. We were most impressed with the fact that it has remained so civilized for so long...since early man... and was not as damaged by the dark ages. It has also remained seriously Christian since the first century followers. The scenery is just beautiful each place we looked: from the country villages, to the mountains, to the ancient fairy-tale like cities. We enjoyed ancient Roman ruins, Palaces, Castles, Monasteries, still working aqueducts from Roman times, nature walks, and even Hospital visits when I broke my wrist. But the Doctors don't look as yummy as the Croatian doctor on ER did! We just couldn't show everything here on the BLOG!
Wall around Dubrovnik
Architectural accent on building in old Dubrovnik
Rugged coastline
View at our anchorage while going between islands
Church near Marco Polo's House in Korcula
Local craft in Korcula
Lynn enjoys the flowers at a local market in Trogir
CYAN at anchor at a small village of Luka on the Island of Sipan
Monestery from 12th century on Mljet, pronounced miliet
At anchor in National Park Island of Mljet
Medieval wall along some city
Trogir rooftops withCYAN in distance
Trogir storefronts
Trogir courtyard

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