Pension Dioklecijan

Address: Grljevacks 115, Podstrana, Podstrana, 21312, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Grljevacks 115, Podstrana, Podstrana, is near Zidine Fortress, Lapidarij, and Varos.
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    Travel Blogs from Podstrana

    Travel Survival Award

    A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Jul 07, 2015

    1 photo

    ... any arguments since leaving NZ 12 months ago. Gayle however had some difference of opinion on this matter and thought that Stephen had forgotten a few inappropriate words when discussing some navigational issues.

    Stephen and Gayle undeniably complement each other, either could take the lead and argue the toss when it was important enough. Most of the time they write things off as experiential learning and really hope that it doesn't ...

    Katarina boat trip day 1

    A travel blog entry by katemc55 on May 23, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... off towards Brac as we eat lunch of soup, roast beef, and banana and cream for dessert. Crew seem very friendly and the ship is well cared for. Our first bike trip is 17 kms, from Milna to Bobovica return. It's actually quite challenging as the hills go up and up, before long descent. Coffee in Bobovica, then back. It does not seem as long on the way back! We have teamed up with Kerry and Lesley, from Sydney who are having a 60th birthday celebration in Europe! We check out the ...

    Split, the town of hidden hotels

    A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Nov 11, 2014

    11 photos

    ... satnav was once again totally confused as this new road is not in its system. Finally into Split and its a total nightmare as it is now rush hour. Cars are pushing in every direction possible and I have to watch my back, sides and front every inch of the way. One thing I just do not trust here are the square yellow signs that are posted at a few junctions telling you that you have right of way. Stuff that, I still just about come to a stand and check that its safe to ...

    Day 4-Split/islands

    A travel blog entry by mrandonian on Sep 28, 2014

    13 photos

    ... the Adriatic from Italy, the food tradition in Croatia is similar, if not identical. Delicious! Note 2: The Croatian language is chock full of consonants, often without many intervening vowels. Diacritical marks on some consonants (like "c") change the pronunciation completely. "J" is pronounced "y" as in "yes, some Cs are pronounced "ts" as in Tsar, some are "ch" as in cheese. Once you can actually say ...

    The Rest of the C and C

    A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jun 30, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... and the start of a 26 kilometer trek that goes in between the two previous mentioned volcanos. We checked into our hotel (Hotel Edda), walked over to the waterfall, took a couple of photos and returned to our accommodations to dry out and eat dinner. July 11: Our final full day before getting on a plane for home. We got up early, for us, had breakfast and drove to the ferry dock for a 35-minute ride to the Westmenn Islands. There are many small islands, but only one is ...