Zephyrus Boutique Accommodation
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... sky's, hopefully that will endure as we move further west.
So today we are in Split where the guys are hunting the elusive backpackers in the usual haunts of late night bars. The "season" is over and so pickings are slim but they still approach this mission with enthusiasm and vigor. It does lead to slight hangovers and long sleep ins for them so I shall entertain myself with a leisurely stroll around the town and possibly a small cake with tea at a beachfront cafe.
Next stop ...
Ice Cream : 8 HRK
Entrance to basement/Substructure of Diocletian Palace (Rest are mostly free) : 40 HRK
Entrance to Bell Tower : 2 EUR
Beverage : 7 HRK
Lunch : 446 HRK (78+78+290) (shared by 2)
Split Ann Apartments ( 1 night) : 38.25 EUR (shared by 2) (excluding 12% paid in hostelworld.com)
Coffee : 6 HRK
Nestea: 3.5 HRK
Figs : 16 HRK
Tuna Can : 7 HRK
Split Museum : We did for ...
... night revelers who carried on till 4 am. We are a little jaded this morning.
Split is an interesting place with a history that dates back to Roman times. Diocletian's Palace was built in 305 AD and by 600 AD the place had become an important settlement. Much of the palace walls and columns are still ...
The restaurant didn’t provide any dessert, but Darija was treated us to Gelato. Unfortunately, the place she was going to use was closed but we found another one nearby. I wasn’t planning to have Gelato as I thought it might hurt my sensitive teeth but I decided to give it a try and was careful with it. After that it was back to the hotel for a much needed rest.
2014 Sept. 21- Sunday
Breakfast this morning was ...
... he knows everyone in Croatia). The dinner was held at a family owned and operated vineyard not far from the main town, the view was fantastic and the food spectacular with anchovies and fresh bruschetta to start followed by plentiful salads and more meat then you could shake a stick at. All of this was eased down with glasses of wine and a few Rakia (local spirit).
Feeling pretty spirited ourselves it was back to the boat to finalise our outfits and polish off any of the ...