- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... bus station to begin our final adventure: Trogir, about a 30 minute bus ride from Split.
The place we’re staying is unbelievable. It’s a full three bedroom, two story plus roof-top, house in the old town. We met up with the owner who was fantastic, full of personality, and so welcoming. He turned the keys to his home over to us, literally his home, not just a ...
... showers, and then walking in the rain showers. No sailing or motoring today since the forecast was for heavy rain and winds up to gale force. I am not sure we got that much wind but it did rain a lot. The streets have large lakes on the them. There appears to be drainage problems. I made French toast for breakfast, though no syrup but instead honey and jams. We hung out on the boat after a quick walk to town for coffee and a few groceries. We also collectively turned in our ...
... so another part of the main attractions here are the boat trips to "Blue Lagoon", Hvar, and many beautiful islands lapped by the Adriatic Sea and all its possible shades of blue. I made a boat ride to Blue Lagoon (Blue Lagoon) and Solta Island, was really beautiful!!!
And I found a democratic place ?? As you find from those guys painted all fluorescent dyes, very excited the feast of electronic music and willing to pay a good price for it, but also many backpackers who come ...
... day we then drove up into the hills above Split to a castle that had guarded a pass since the time of the Ottoman Empire. Very impressive and spectacular views. We drove back to Split to walk around Diocletian's palace from the Roman period. The palace has survived over the centuries because it has adapted. Roman walls with 16th century tenement housing built on to it. I even found a plaque noting that Sigmund Freud ...
... the rain easing a little, but by the time we get to our coffee break village of Zrmovo, we are all soaked. The rest of the trip is abandoned in favour of returning by bus, and we have our picnic in the hotel! After lunch the rain eases sufficiently for a walk into the old town, where we enter the town gate and immediately step back in time. The old town sits on the edge of ...