Miki & Ana Guesthouse
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Bfryer stayed here on Jul 5, 2013 during their trip titled: First trip to Spit, Croatia.
Lots to see if you like Roman towns, shops, and narrow streets. 10 minutes to walk through, a week to take in all of the shops, cafes and restaurants. Stop by the shaded park to the north for a much needed rest from the sun.
You'll always hear the ugly truth about the 'real' side of a city from tour guides. In-between their deep understanding of their town and their excellent English they are able to concisely tell you exactly how it is. So it was today. I had my guidebook with me on a visit to Diocletian's palace but was just too lazy to read it, so I took a 12 …
... Africa, the UK or all around Australia. Sail Croatia is partly a blur of sun, swimming and drinking - I can see why lots of people explained it as the best week of their life when we were planning this trip. Here goes.... Day 1. Split to Omis Our first stop was Omis (well actually because it was such a glorious day we stopped halfway for a swim and a 'courageous' jump from the top deck) where Dav and I trekked to the big fortica whilst the others explored the town. After ...
... Dalmatian coast. We have seen one Dalmatian but not the other hundred.
We arrived in Split, a city full of life and a little chaotic. It felt quite different to being in Central Europe. We found the apartment building with charming owners.
They left me and went for a walk up the hill to a view point. They could see right over the old city and the port. Not right out to sea as there was a large island. Down lots of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMiki & Ana Guesthouse Split
Fantastic view of the habour from the top floor apartment. The owners speak German, but their son speaks English no problems. Hospitality 10/10.
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