Korčula

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We spent two very relaxed days in the town of Korčula on the island with the same name. This town is famous for being the birthplace of Marco Polo, but today it’s really just a tiny vacation town on the Adriatic. In the center of the town is the compact medieval walled city, with a central main street and a bunch of side streets that fanned out on either side like bones on a fish skeleton that were only about 6 feet wide. Again, we stayed in a Soba in Korčula, this time off of one of those side streets.

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2 thoughts on “Korčula

  1. Wow, that looks like one fabulous locale. Abby, I have to ask, do you have Mary Poppins’ backpack? How on earth do you manage to accessorize with 19 lbs of belongings to your name? Love it.

  2. Amy, thank you for noticing my attempt at accessorizing. I should note that the final weight of my pack was actually 31 lbs — and I made sure to include two different scarves. They add barely any weight and definitely help to spruce up an outfit.

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