B&B Kastel 1700
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... was going to be a scorcher !! we walked to the old town and to the Palace about 20 mins away there was a little show with some dudes and dressed in Roman looking outfits and a chick in a long dress there were some guys were on a balcony pretending to play these trumpets type things to a pre-recorded tape was pretty cool but as there ...
We arrive at the port city, water a welcoming shade of blue. We walk to the central square and find a wonderful tour guide named Anthony. He is so very nice, lived in Queens for a while but is a native. We wait for the entrance of the "emperor" introduced by bugles and music from Ben Hur. Anthony tells us the reenactment is false as the emperor would be alone with no woman beside him and we as ...
... where I picked up a rare FC Sarajevo shirt. We had ideas of driving the 100 kms or so to Sarajevo as it's supposed to be really interesting to visit but the drive takes 2.5 hours and there is only so much Macklemore one can take. So instead we opted for more waterfalls near the border. Goodbye Sarajevo, I muttered. What a result this turned out to be. It was 37 degrees when we arrived at the Kravice falls, a smaller version of ...
... line-height: normal;">We decided on a cheap, do-it-yourself type excursion because not only did it cost considerably less than the alternative, 28 Euros each ($40) as opposed to 88 kunas each ($140) but it was two hours shorter. As it was, this trip was billed as being 8 hours but the others were either 10 or 11 hours and we did not think we could endure that length of time without a sleep.
On the last day in Split, Paul, Kathryn, Andrew, and Amanda drove 30 min to Podstrana for sea kayaking.
The scenery was beautiful but the experience a little droll and less challenging than hoped for.
The main challenge was sitting ...