Hostel Nevenka

Address: Matice Hrvatske br.88, Split, Croatia | 3 star hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Split

Blown down to Split

A travel blog entry by hochalmspitze on Oct 02, 2014

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... breathtaking, then the condition, it's 1600 years old and in better shape that a lot of the stuff thrown up along the coast in recent years.

We had walked into town without knowing exactly were we were going and stumbled upon the palace just as we were about to give up. Pausing only to consume a light supper of 6 or 7 types of seafood plus an ice cream we entered the building. Despite the numerous ...

CONTIKI CROATIA. Part 1.

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

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... and there was my roommate fast asleep on the bed with the air con on extremely high, I then decided to let her sleep, drop my bags and go explore. Thats when I met Cassie & Nikki; two lovely american girls who were also doing Contiki, Nikki; from Chicago and Cassie; from Nebaraska, they were both travelling together and I explained to them my roommate dilemma their hospitality towards me was lovely, they told me I was more than welcome to join them for dinner ...

In Search of a Blue Umbrella

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Aug 18, 2014

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... pay especially since we thought we were getting a free tour and that free tour had incredible reviews, but we weren't sure how else we would spend our time. In the end, Garyn and I elected to take the tour, while Erenna didn't.

We started the tour around 6:30 and overall, the tour was a bust. Our guide wasn't so good and spoke very quietly, which was a bit of a problem considering how busy the area was. She told us some ancient history of ...

July 12th

A travel blog entry by kristenmh on Jul 12, 2014

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... br>
We got dressed and met the English boys and girls from Hvar. We had a little picnic and pre drinks on the grass in the square, the whole time being pestered by random Croatians for our empty bottles (which I assume they recycle for money). Just before 7.30 Gemma and I left the group there to go and meet Mel but of course the entrance to the stadium was teeming with people ...

Random thoughts on life at the Croatian Camp

A travel blog entry by benandchinky on Oct 29, 2013

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... to detract from nature but really fit in with it. The stone table for instance is still majestic and strong whereas the tree trunk seats are so textural that you feel that you are sitting in an actual tree.


The lower "level" of the camp where you enter is quite level/flat with a lot of white stone sculptures- there's a lot of seats and tables and sinks etc. you can then take a few steps up to the communal area where there is a sink, kitchen/stove ...