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... at this point past lots of groups with their children, dogs etc. Then it's time for a late breakfast...whoops we've missed breakfast, now we must have lunch. So we have a ham and cheese platter.
Next stop is our walking tour. We get the full rundown on the Palace's history, describing the place Roman emperor Diocletian decides to retire as the sea and the sulphur springs suit his older age and rheumatism. He ...
... the only one there, the girl was very helpful. We talked about hiring a stand up paddle board - the harbour was so smooth, I thought it would be great to go out even for half an hour. We were talking at cross purposes though, because here you are not alllowed to paddle in the harbour, you have to transport the SUP around the coast a bit. It was a lovely day, and it would have been great, but was possibly 2 hours, and I wanted to see other things. So I hired a bike for 4 hours - cost ...
Split is everything that we expected and hoped for.
The old town is so unique and impressive with its ancient history, Diocletian's Palace and its small, narrow stone streets with shops and restaurants entwined through the ancient columns and structures.
As you exit the gate of the old palace it opens up to a beautiful esplanade along the Adriatic Ocean.
A great place for people watching when the sun ...
... We both like and don’t like that part of it. We love learning new languages, but when we try to speak Croatian we are basically laughed at. Actually, we are laughed at.
We looked into it the possibility of staying, and found that while Croatia goes through the process of joining the EU - they have a Visa that just might suit us. We might be able to get this one pretty easily.
So, given all that, we started looking into the possibility of staying here. ...
... way to our accommodation, managed to find a place to park and unloaded the vehicle once again.
Then, following a map, we all walked back into Split to explore the harbour area and then the old town. Fortunately, our impressions of Split greatly improved. The harbour esplanade was abuzz with people and plenty of outside eating areas. Entry ...