Jupiter Heritage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 …
... to store below ... really after we bought the tickets. I will not mention having no toilette on the bus and at each station having to pay. Small things but bugged me as we were leaving an otherwise perfect place.
Christine and Caleb were deep in there Heroes book and I was going to read too but the scenery to my left was stunning. The road we travelled was snaking its way along the coast with views of the Sea and mountains as far as one could see. ...
... quick drop off so the boat could find a moor in the bay and went exploring. Up another hill we took some more snaps from a 14th Century Venetian fortress and admired the endless azure waters. Drinking in the sunshine though had led to a thirst so after a little more exploring we were back to town and off to dinner.
From dinner it was back to our boat that was now docked albeit 5 wide on a floatilla, one wondered how easy this might be latter.
Any concerns quickly ...
... to see and we asked him about local restaurants and he suggested an inexpensive place with good food. On the way we worked along the quayside and Diocletian's palace, the Roman Emperor's summer residence. The Christmas stalls were still out on the quay and being a public holiday many folk were out strolling and having drinks in the mild, winter weather. The food was inexpensive and good. Cath had a whole cooked fish (as the stuffed capsicum was ...
... happy to stay there.
We walked around the old town and palace, seeing the basements, which show how the original palace was laid out and have some historical exhibits, and climbing to the top of the church tower.
We stopped at a little Uje olive oil shop and had a fantastic meal of three kinds of olive oil, three kinds of cheese, four kinds of wine (two each), and some grilled vegetables. It was delightful and delicious. It ...