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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilvergate Hostel Split
First experience in a hostel and it set the bar. The receptionists are so nice and it was a really nice place to stay. Nothing fancy but it gets the job done.
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... gently flowing. The water was so clear you could see the bottom. Ducks glide buy minding their business. Fishes were everywhere oblivious of tourists.
The water changes from aqua to deep blue-green to emerald, depending on the depth, the light and the sub-strait.
It was just breathtaking, serene and beautiful! A bucket list ticked!
We had another 3 hours ride before we reached Split. From there, our group was divided ...
... s heaven. Large boats and yachts are moored along the canal. These towns would have been perfect to explore on bikes with their flat, narrow pathways along the water's edge. We both enviously follow the progress of cyclists, some of them our age as they wend their way through these pretty towns. Bruce has managed without his stick today. His leg is feeling stronger though his knee is still swollen. We decide not to overdo it, time we had a ...
... over the balcony to see who was down below. "One Minute!!" she said in a sweet slavic grandma kind of voice. She appeared from around a corner to greet me and show me to my room. My room was on the third floor with an AMAZING view. We were literally right on the water. It was just a concrete dock that had some beach chairs on it. As she showed me the room, the only other guest in the room came in and introduced herself. Laura from the US. ...
... the football fever which grips this continent annually during the winter. To wit. there were a few stalls selling Croatian red and white squared caps, jerseys and balls. However, not a gadget shop in sight. No phones…no CDs…no cameras…no DVDs…no computer accessories.
We took off, passed through a park there and over some ruins here and in ever decreasing circles reached the waterfront again. By this time ...