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Travel Blogs from Split
You should see, variously:
* view from window of our Split apt - we're not in a hotel here
* streets of Split (reminds me of Granada, Heather, Allie, Lily & Nico, except its daylight n we're not dragging suitcases!) and down to harbor
* Diocletian's Palace where Dick can be seen posing with Jupiter statue, rubbing …
... gates and the Peristyle Square completed our two-hour tour. Vedran, our Croatian tour guide, did an amazing job providing an information-packed and humor-filled experience!
With an afternoon to enjoy on our own, Charmaine Falkenberg, ’89, and I wandered a short 10-minutes south to Bacvice Beach, a popular location for the locals.
We can now both say we’ve dipped a toe in the Adriatic Ocean. Okay, more than a toe . . . and it was ...
... of his frustration when he can't control people or a situation and his frustration when he doesn't get his own way. So all in all, I wasn't too impressed with him. But I was impressed with Split. I made a French friend named David, who is from Toulouse, but living in Finland with his girlfriend. So I practiced my French with him a little. On my last night I decided to take myself out to dinner to the testa urn that my hostel guy had recommended. It ...
... town of Split took shape within the palace walls; Diocletian's Temple of Jupiter was converted into a Christian baptistery and his mausoleum became a cathedral. The entire old section of Split, with the palace as its centerpiece, is a virtual open-air museum with the city's contemporary life bustling through it.
Return to your ship for lunch onboard. Then take the afternoon to make your own discoveries.
... webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">We finally made it into Split! We took the bus in, rather than cycle...don't want to be exerting myself too soon. It would have been a beautiful cycle ride too along the coastal road, but common sense prevailed. As we got on the bus, we asked for a return ticket and the driver asked for 26 kuna so we paid and pocketed the ticket in a safe place for he return trip.