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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to your soul that you don't appear to get here. Possibly it is just my perspective and maybe I have "spent too long in the bush" but I still love it.
This trip through old walled cities is still a lot of fun. Cobblestoned streets lined with small tall stone cottages, open squares guarded by statues of one Saint or another, cafes with bustling waiters, castles and walls and drawbridges that have seen the comings and goings of many over the centuries, all are full ...
... on the marble steps of the square in the middle of the ruins and a bar nearby would bring you your beer and wine as you watched. Everywhere you turn, there are stone paths going up stairways and back down, through arches and pass hidden bars and cafes. It was like a labyrinth through the homes and businesses that people have made right in the old town ...
... the wind had come up and white caps came out to play. There were Kite surfers and sail boards galore. While we waited for the boat to dock we had our final dip in the Adriatic. How wonderful our swims have been. It was nice to soak in a hot shower and remove the sticky salt and sweat. The boys had their last game of Aquire for the last time in the A/C. We arrived in Split and it was HOT! So spent most ...
... by the Golden Gate and spent some time passing by the exhibits of the Split Museum.
We had dinner in Konoba Trattoria near the Temple of Jupiter. The lamb was one of the best I had ever tasted - Dalmatinski janjac s gradela (Grilled Dalmatian Lamb). The patron told us that the sheep is sourced from an island nearby and since they feed on the local grass there, it has a very distinctive texture of the meat. Another local ...
... moving map" more akin to our mode of travelling.....with Alex's help - Voila!
The week on the boat was a revelation, both relaxing and fascinating - this Croatian coastline felt a cross between old Italian villages and the Greek Islands, each island revealing something unexpected. I would highly reccomend to anyone who enjoys European culture and island ...