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* 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 …
... Bell Tower. The Palace was beautiful but it was too late for us to enter, but we did check out the Church and Bell Tower. The climb up to the Bell Tower was a bit scary and there were "enter at your own risk" signs everywhere. However, once at the top the view was more than worth it. I am not sure why no one else was there but it was nice to have the whole tower to ourselves. On the way down I got a bit of a scare when I heard a strange noise I thought Joe fell or one ...
... night long for the young revelers. This woke me up at 4 am and then the church bells rang at 6am. It was certainly a lot quieter in Paris. Prior to the trip the bits I had read and researched did not convey the beauty of the old town which is really worth seeing and spending a couple of days to explore. This contrasts with some of my other experiences where I have gone with big expectations and have been mildly disappointed. Tino from our ...
We had already armed ourselves for this first of three days when we would be changing locations (and hotels) daily, so we weren't overly excited, nor to be honest, did we know much about our next stop - Split, Croatia. What a beautiful coastal location! The pedestrian walkway along the harbour reminded me of the south of France with its white stone and palm trees. Tiny streets with many shops and cafés completed the picture. And what a discovery in the ancient palace of ...
... Beach Boardwalk -- Palm trees flanked by flowering oleander and canna, water, endless strollers, kiosks selling any number of knock-knacks, young men and women strutting their stuff, and benches facing both towards sea and towards the strollers and restaurants. After settling into our cute room at Villa Urbi et Orbi and attempting to get caught up on our posts, we headed ...