On the second day of our visit in Trieste we went on the boat to the nearby town Muggia that has a border with Slovenia. It was like taking a bus only on the water, no seat belts but no champagne and strawberries either. I mean it's a public transport and not posh cruise but that's how it felt to me because i don't live by the sea and taking boat it's not one of my everyday activities.
Muggia seemed like a quite and cozy town with small town square where children and parents were playing football, old ladies enjoying the sun and tourists having an afternoon drink or a few while charging a camera battery that suddenly went flat... Thanks to the lovely waitress that done a massive favor for me otherwise this entry would miss few piccies. Ice cubes, slice of orange and few Martinis that's what it takes to get your camera back on track. And tips (obviously!). It's very interesting that every time you order drinks they bring you snacks. In a bar you can get a bowl of crisps, in a restaurant you could get some baguette and ham, I've seen people having olives and gherkins too - fabulous isn't it?
|Boat Trieste - Muggia|
|Narrow streets of Muggia|
|View from Muggia castle|
|Don't show your laundry in public?|
|Muggia castle wall|
|Lifebuoy that served well|
|The Gothic Cathedral of Muggia|
|Oh lovely lovely houses. My mom would die for those flowers|