Apartments Ojdana (Ojdana Saban)
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... to say the novelty of that wore off very quickly. To be exact, at the time water started to trickle down the back of my neck. We were glad to reach Hvar Town.
Being cold and wet, we broke the self-imposed “rule” of not stopping at the first place. We found a small tourist agency near the bus terminal. They rented us a newly renovated apartment – inside the old city wall overlooking the Old Town. St Stephen’s cathedral ...
... the park. The pedestrian road that circles the park is 10km length that includes a climb of 178 meters, no problem for Helen and I after cycle touring in Italy. The views from the park were exceptional and we thoroughly enjoyed the ride around the park. In the evening we went to a seafood restaurant that was locally owned and operated. We had a fantastic fresh seafood dinner and ...
... you can see the spire. We also visit the Temple of Jupiter and many other temples and sites of religious significance. If you need more information, Google Split, as we have already forgotten most of it.
The ruins are well preserved but become a bit overwhelming, so much so that I forget to take photos.
It is disappointing that there is so much graffiti on this historic site. They don't have ...
... The nice part about this fortress is that none of it is roped off, so when we say 'explore' we really do mean that we climbed every staircase, looked through every peephole, and investigated every tower and building. Below us was a gorgeous view of the city of Split, our next stop, and the ocean.
In Split we spent most of our time (after a long walk from our car due to a panicky U-turn and giving up on navigating!) in the Diocletian's ...
... think Draza was actually born in the house and Lila was a toddler living and playing in the streets before they immigrated to Australia.
The Grgic house was just walls really, but you could still see the basic structure of the house. Farm animals (cows, horses, etc) lived below and family’s above.
Aunty gave us a rundown of the houses and a bit of history…Didda used to walk two hours with ...