Villa Angela

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

Sailing Croatian islands

A travel blog entry by jakenkat on Jul 24, 2015

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Saturday Boarded our boat, Magellan for our 7 night island hopping adventure with sail Croatia on explorer. We were amongst over 30 travelers, all Australian besides three English travelers. They are all really lovely, all in their mid 20s to mid 30s. Cruised to island mjlet for our first nights stay, swim in the beach before our Captains dinner on board, so nice to not have to worry about eating gf, it's all taken care of for me :) Sunday In the morning we went out into the ...

Return to Split and the end of the Cruise

A travel blog entry by peterleesa on Jun 27, 2015

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... to refresh the senses. It was a little chilly but was a tonic most needed. We arrive back into Split at lunchtime and enjoyed one last 3 course lunch on board, before heading out for one last look around the town and the opportunity to buy just one last handful of delicious cherries. Back to the boat to pack our bags ready for an early morning departure and then headed out to have a few final ...

Croatia Part 1: Waterfalls, Caves, and Canyons

A travel blog entry by coreymeredith on May 19, 2015

100 photos

... was fresh and made it easier to breathe. After this we ate lunch and then decided to take a swim in the bottom pool of water by the biggest waterfall. We knew the water was going to be cold, but I don't think any of us expected it to be that cold. We finally were able to get completely in, but only once our bodies had numbed enough. It was very "refreshing." We met some other groups from America and hung out with them in the water for a while before getting out to ...

July 11th

A travel blog entry by kristenmh on Jul 11, 2014

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Press the Japanese panic button

A travel blog entry by dionneb on Oct 23, 2013

3 comments, 19 photos

... for its palace. Built by Diocletian for his retirement home (well I guess it would be retirement palace). For those who don't remember Diocletian (that was me before I read the guidebook), he worked his way up the Roman hierarchy and was emperor for some 20 years. He was known for two things: first, splitting up the empire into four emperors (which eventually led to its splintering and break up) and for torturing and murdering Christians. The palace functioned as a ...