Gallivant; "To go around from one place to another in the pursuit of pleasure or entertainment" Er, may not have been the right word after all!!!
Gotcha'...Geoff... thanks'..:-).. we walked by here last year...and some of the lads were out sitting on the wall.../...When away...I am always tempted to go over and introduce myself as an ex-ff...but again, as usual I chose not to....
Gotcha'....'Herb'...Great !!....we will probably be visiting again next Summer../..Cor blimey !.. we could end up with a 'Panoramio' gathering of hundreds !../...Btw... last January.. we recommended this resort and hotel to a couple we met in Madeira'...they must have trusted our judgement - as they chose to visit..and amazingly we saw them, as they picked nearly the same weeks as us !..what a coincidence .eh'.....Cheers from Dave.
The Gothic-renaissance Franciscan monastery and church with bell tower lie at the foot of St. Rocco hill on the western peninsula of Cavtat. The monastery and church have a turbulent past: first it was destroyed in the 1667 earthquake, later in 1806 it has been robbed by the Russians and Montenegrins; from 1807 to 1825 it was used as storage; since 1839 the monastery housed a health department, a customs office, a post office and a port authority. In 1958 it was home to the builders of the Racic family mausoleum and finally since 1984 the church and monastery are listed as a monument. Various works of art can be seen on the main altar. They represent the small steep streets of Cavtat, summer houses and gardens at the waterfront. In the 20th century Vaho Bukovac painted a panorama of Cavtat in the lunette between the church aisle and the apse.
The fortified city of Cavtat offers visitors a classic view of this church dedicated to Our lady of Cavtat. The church's interiors are best described as reflecting a simplistic aura with a few evangelical paintings that decorate the altar. The baroque styled church is adjacent to the popular Rector's Palace which houses a collection of native belongings. Its waterfront location and grey stone structure make this church well worth visiting.
Carol wouldn't come in here, a real den of iniquity!
Correct Herb, through the coach window too!!!
See previous photo.
Especially liked this part of the memorial!