|Our GPS system. It never runs out of batteries.|
We stayed in an apartment in Pula, Croatia which is a coastal town. It is a stone's throw away from Italy and everyone there says "Ciao" to greet you although Croatian is more similar to Polish than Italian. Almost like a Slavic Italy. It's a beautiful little village and just the right size for a 2-4 day trip. It was warmer than Krakow although still a bit chilly in the shade with a breeze which is why we are all wearing our coats. No bother though, it was sunny! We strolled around the first day and saw the sights and the second day we spent walking on the beach and relaxing. And then we headed home. Short and sweet.
|What we woke up to.|
|6th largest Roman amphitheater in the world. The most intact one in the world.|
|Arch of the Sergii.|
|Temple of Augustus.|
|Water! (and kids, but the clear water is why I post this...please don't look at their hair)|
|Sunset from our balcony.|
I wanted to post a few more photos but I am having an issue with photos and the blog right now so these are only a few of the many we took. A small sampling, if you will. And upon return to Krakow amid the first full day back (yesterday - warm and sunny) the neighbor called Martin over to give him a package that had been delivered while we were away. She couldn't bring it over herself because it was too heavy. And here is what was inside...
|Care package of Awesome.|
Thank you, friends!