BEST WESTERN Art Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Art Hotel Split
Staff pleasant, friendly. Big rooms, bathroom awkward to shower it.
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Today we were met by our tour guide Vesna at 9:30am at the hotel and we walked down to the city of Split together. It was a lovely morning, sun shining and a breeze. We first go to a park with a statue of Grgur Ninski, a minister of religion who wanted to have all services delivered in Croatian. The other priests and Roman went against this and he …
Up early to have breakfast, to be picked up by a driver and taken the the bus depot by 7:15pm. The bus terminal was at the Port of Dubrovnik, which is real new (100 years) and very large, although it does have newer buildings, an international shipping terminal. On the bus by 8, apart from buying your bus fare you also have to pay for your luggage …
... to 2 m of snow. Today it is cloudy and cool with a possibility of showers. This has to be one of the most beautiful places we have ever been anywhere in the world. Words and pictures do not do justice to this absolute marvel of nature. First remarkable sight was 'the Big Waterfall' where water tumbles 80m down a sheer cliff face and into a beautiful pool. We then walk down to lake level and can't help but be impressed with the different ...
Last day! I remember thinking on about Monday that the week was going really slowly, which was awesome since it made the good times last. However, once we all got used to the motion of the ocean it all seemed to go much too fast and in the end the finish came all too soon.
The final day was a pretty relaxed affair, with some breakfast and another swim in the middle of the sea before motoring back towards Split. We didn't ...
Happily, the restaurant with no food found some in time for breakfast, which was a relief. We could therefore resume our long trek to the south Dalmatian Coast with full stomachs. We departed the slightly quirky Hotel Kacar after a further bout of mild teasing from the droll receptionist. After nine countries and nearly seven weeks, we encountered our first border controls between Slovenia and Croatia, but the good old British passport got us through without a hitch.