Hostel Tomaya

Address: Pojisanska 25 11F, Split, 21000, Croatia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Split

Last Full Day in Split

A travel blog entry by lindell on Oct 01, 2014

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... of this place. We had an amazing waffle topped with a creamy mixture and berry coulis and roasted hazelnuts!

We swam in the afternoon again. The water is not cold and people just stand around in it, chatting and playing ball games. We have been swimming in the second beach which is about a 15 minute walk away around the coastline.



A travel blog entry by ash.coad on Sep 05, 2014

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... me leave until i had finished my meal, i kindly explained to him that my meal was delicious but I was so full i couldnt eat it all. In eastern europe portion sizes for meals are a lot bigger than you would expect here! Jess didn't have any evening plans and asked if she could tag along on the pub crawl I thought why not the more the merrier! I quickly touched up my makeup and got changed back at the hotel then we met the boys downstairs who were already well on the ...

In Search of a Blue Umbrella

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Aug 18, 2014

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About midway through the tour when the guide was explaining something to us, we saw another tour group a few metres away. The young male guide spoke perfect English and we saw his group was totally engaged. He was making things sound interesting, much more so than our guide. Garyn said to me, "we should have found that tour" and then said, "I wonder if that's the guy from the free tour". Sure enough as we walked away and looked at the ...

July 11th

A travel blog entry by kristenmh on Jul 11, 2014

... we caught ...


A travel blog entry by diff54 on Sep 17, 2013

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... the oldest in Dalmatia. The Basement of the palace was the major storage area, wine making and infrastructure of the whole palace and was huge. Its ceilings were very high and amazing architectural skill in making this strong enough to support the vast palace above. There were remnants of the roman plumbing consisting of short pottery tubular pieces that appear to slot together. A short burst of heavy rainfall in mid afternoon occurred whist we were in the basement; good ...