Maybe not - it´s a small town/seaport in Slovenia, first mentioned in the 7th century.
Here´s a view from the ancient city walls:
One of the most famous houses of the town is the Venetian House - built in the middle of the 15th century - it was a present from a Venetian merchant to his beautiful mistress in Piran:
As you can imagine, this was a big scandal then and common talk of everybody! So the merchant installed an inscription on the wall, that says:" Let them talk."
In my imagination I can see this beautiful woman standing on her balcony ...
It was really nice strolling through this "steeped in history"-town.... but it wasn´t too warm, so hubby and I decided to warm up in a nice little tavern... we LOVE fish, so - being at the sea - we got fresh, unbelievably delicious fish dishes to eat ... just look at this fish soup:
... and can you imagine, that this was grilled seafood for ONE person?!
"Beam me up to Piran again, Scotty!!!" :-)
On the ground floor of the Venetian House we found a shop, that was selling sea salt for all purposes and table salt in several qualities. I bought some salt as souvenir and small present...
As we crafters never give away a gift unembellished and without a card, I used some leftover scraps to make a small card... the black patterned paper behind the Maya Road cardboard cameo is a leftover and also the grey strip at the bottom - there was a piece missing on one corner, but I hid this by adhering a rose...
Just in case you´re wondering why on earth I´m telling you this: there´s a challenge at the Cuttlebug spot : Left Overs - use them!
... the stamps are from Waltzingmouse Stamps.
Thanks a lot for traveling with me today :-)