Jupiter Heritage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsJupiter Heritage Hotel Split
Hey, great location in the UNESCO historic centre, pity about the bathroom floor flooding (mind you I could have been more careful with the shower curtain) and the crap bed.
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The afternoon was hot 28ish ( sorry for mentioning the weather) The train did not have a refreshment cartridge so we had to stock up with food and yes drink.
Caesar salad, chicken toasted ciabattas, nuts and some liquids.
Our section of the carriage had 16 seats and 7 occupants - another couple and a mum with a 3 & 1 yr old so we had …
... take a quick dip and he puts his new water shoes to good use. The sky is very dark, we can hear thunder and it seems another thunderstorm is rolling in, but this time from over the mountains behind our unit. A quick stop at the supermarket to pick up supplies for dinner and the boat trip tomorrow and we are home by 4pm. A movie seems like a good idea so Scott puts on Breakfast at Tiffany's and I promptly fall asleep on the couch yet again. I think I've attempted ...
... the boating activities around the Most Bridge.
We left Zadar and travelled another hour and a half to Split. Our accommodation was a three bedroom unit, a short walk to the boat marina, where we went for dinner and enjoyed another delicious inexpensive meal.
Our accommodation was the ...
... we returned to the Palace to visit the world's smallest cathedral- St Dominus . Built on the site of the above Emporer's burial site it was the doors that impressed us. Made of walnut, 14 panels on each with carvings depicting the life of Christ. The church has a mixture of Roman & Byzantine influence. Stephen managed the climb to the top ...
... overly small, comedy tractors with trailers full of tools. It seemed that overly large men were driving these over-sized lawnmowers, with seemingly whole families hanging on. It was a great slice of rural life.
The A1 beckoned in the distance, hanging from the imposing mountain range that somehow seemed to get further away and bigger the nearer we got to it. After a tiring day and a lot of driving, so it was quite welcome to hit the majestic A1, which rapidly ate up ...