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The famed Dalmatian coastline along the Adriatic sea dotted by over a thousand Croatian islands.
Add the remains of the Retirement Palace of a Roman Emperor.
Imagine people still living regular lives inside the mazes and alleys of the Palace.
And to top it, a busy Sea Port and hordes of tourists strolling by the sea-side promenade in …
... serenading us.
Trogir's walkways in the Old Town were narrow and made of limestone. The palace in Split was built by the Roman emperor Diocletian when he retired. When guests entered, they had to bow down in front of him and if he didn't really like them, he left them there for awhile--sometimes hours! The tour was good; but we were kind of tired so when we got back to the ship we did ...
... of hours, before dinner, to orientate ourselves. We found the cathedral just around the corner from where we were staying & paid to have a look inside, this turned out to be a bit of a waste of money as half of it was covered up while being restored. While out we found a nice restaurant for dinner on the waterfront where we had a good meal and on the way a nice ice cream to top the day off then back to our room to ...
... tourists, but in the cool breeze it was an enjoyable walk around the narrow streets to the Diocletian's Palace which was built in 305CE. The underground rooms were interesting and a welcome cool space while we waited for the heat of the day to move on.
Found a delicious ice cream/gelato that we all enjoyed and continued our walk between narrow streets filled with small trading merchants, (yes shops), and picturesque port area. We wandered up the hill ...
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