. It was not that hard and worth every step. What a beautiful view. that's all the roof top pictures i took from there. it is always nice to see the roof tops, gives you a different perspective of how people live where you are visiting. So then I am down and start to walk through the town. As I said it is a Sunday morning around 9:00am so nothing is open. through all those little streets, corners and areas. it was a neat place. so through the old town and to the newer areas, there is a seaside farming fair going on this eek end and that is most of the rest of the photos. cheese is all made from goat milk here, it was good, bread was fresh and there was allot of cured ham and other stuff. so then i walk back to the ship and give Kimberly her medicine to make her better for Venice.
So, Koper, Slovenia, formerly part of Yugoslavia, cool, well not so cool.... Kimberly was not feeling good on this day so I was on my own to explore. When looking for information on the city we were in, not much info... so I am on my own, with a cheep tourist map. It is also a Sunday. First stop though is a Pharmacy, Kimberly needed something like alka seltzer cold plus, (plop-plop, fiz-fiz) to make her feel better. So armed with the last empty wrapper of the alka seltzer that we brought I am off. When entering the old city, I see the green cross that is the pharmacy sign (all Europe country's have the same sign) so I go in, the pharmacy lady speaks English and I am in luck, get something that she says will work for cold and sinus stuff, have to believe her since it is in three different languages and none of them are English. $18 dollars later I am off. Right around the corner is... hey wow look at that tower, cool. I get closer and see that I can walk to the top, it's only 1.5 Euro, so I decided to walk up the 204 steps to see the top