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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TripAdvisor Reviews Jupiter Heritage Hotel Split
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... amp; Paula also from Yorkshire plus Ray & Nikky from London. Loud, opinionated, full of complaints, but good fun and conversation was easy. Food on this cruise is not fantastic, a bit hit and miss, I think we all find main complaint is it's not hot enough when we get it. The ship is filled with mostly Italian families, every announcement though comes in 6 languages so there must be many other European nationalities on ...
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... 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 ...
Dawna and I, having just arrived in Split, are enjoying a small appetizer and a glass of wine on the town's promenade, the Riva. Tourists and Croatians of all ages in all forms of dress stroll by. From our vantage we watch the arrival and departure of huge car ferries that service the entire Croatian coast. This part of the city reminds Dawna of San Diego and Karen of the ...
... up selling umbrellas. We have never used an umbrella on a trip before but when we see that the price was only 20 KN ($3) we thought what the heck, we will give them to a homeless person after the day is done. We grab a couple of them and continue on our way. Mike's is fine but the one I picked out already has rusty mechanisms and a wind gust instantly turned it inside out. Well, what do you expect for 20 Kunas!! We walked into the Diocletian's Palace (built 245AD ...