Villa Angela

Address: Matice Hrvatske 78, Split, Croatia | 2 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Split

Wet Welcome

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Nov 12, 2014

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... until I realized the living room was flooding. Apparently one is supposed to keep the shutters closed when it rains on top of the sliding doors - it was muttered by the owner that this had not occurred in 30 years - maybe he should have told us when he saw Noah's Ark in the inlet during the storm. Well everything should be clean for tomorrow ...

Another historic Croatian city.....

A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 20, 2014

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... was a Laundromat right beside the restaurant, so some were going to drop their laundry off and pick it up tomorrow. We had been told that the laundry place only provided a “service wash” facility, but I discovered when I looked at the signs in the window that they also offered self service. Laundry will be one of my chores tomorrow.

Our dinner was in a far basement room of the Sperunga Restaurant next to the Laundromat. The room was VERY ...

A wonderful day in another part of Croatia

A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Sep 03, 2014

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... to remover it.
It is indeed impressive. After leaving the palace by the Gold Gate, having entered by the Silver Gate, we walk around the walls and re-enter by the Iron Gate. In this process, we start walking by the many shops and restaurants.
After this part of the tour is finished, we leave Split by coach to the next section, driving through the streets of Split. The first part is densely ...

Walnuts and Honey

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 07, 2014

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... pillars dotted about. The old town of Split is surrounded by a wall which we discovered was actually the wall to a Palace built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian in 305 AD. Many parts of the Palace still stand today and it was mighty impressive walking around the ruins – now all turned into shops, flats and restaurants, all connected by narrow alleyways.

While walking along the harbour front, we saw a ...

Let's Split!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Oct 15, 2013

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... into the city and really explore. On walking into the city we passed through the giant underground tunnel leading up to the centre of the palace that houses a local arts and crafts market. This market has a variety of goods for sale and makes good use of the huge, cavernous tunnel that’s at least 10m high up the centre. The tunnel leads directly up to the centre forecourt of the palace right in front of the St Dominus Cathedral. This ...