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  • Orvieto, Italy

      While we were traveling, we lived in four different countries (seven different cities) and experienced three different languages (Croatian, Italian, and Spanish). We learned a few words in Croatian and Italian (and always try to learn a few pleasantries like “hello,” “goodbye,” “thank you,” “may i have,” etc. no matter where we go). (Spanish […]

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  • Bagnoregio, Italy

    I thought we’d posted all of our Bagnoregio photos, but I forgot that we had this whole set from “New Bagnoregio,” which is where we actually lived (not in the Civita). I mentioned in a previous post that we thought it was funny the locals called everything outside the Civita “New Bagnoregio,” because that part […]

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  • Krka National Park

    Krka National Park is one of Croatia’s top tourist destinations–it covers a wide area surrounding the 73km (45 mile) long Krka River and includes a handful of extraordinary waterfalls. The park is a fairly short drive away from all of the major cities on the Dalmatian coast, so it’s easy to catch a bus or […]