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... town. There are four gates in the town walls and each is named after a metal. In the north wall is the Golden, in the south is the Bronze, in the east is the Silver and the west is the Iron Gate.
The second significant site is the Saint Domnius Cathedral, known locally as St. Duje ...
... the top floor of a soviet era style building in an area bordering a national park. It is spacious, has a washing machine, dishwasher and internet but it also has seven flights of nine steps, 63 steps in all, from the entrance to our unit. On average we do that four times a day - who needs to go to a gym?
... a couple of thousand soldiers and hundreds of servants The palace is made from local white limestone and marble and the streets are also paved with marble which is extremely slippery (take it from moi).
As this is a rest day we decide to just have a quick look around the immediate area and then we sit down to lunch at a seafood retstaurant directly under the Cathedral of Saint Domnius (originally Diocletians mausoleum). We order 2 glasses of rose and ...
... of Šolta and took about three and a half hours to get to from our departure from Split.
The skies were clear and we were actually moving away from the clouds which were perched over the mainland. The water was bluer than blue and everyone was in high spirits. We had a good amount of wind so we put the sails up and got we run downs of how to do everything as we went. It was great. It took me a little getting used to the boat keeling ...
... parochial to be conversing with locals from the English Midlands. They were doughty camping and hiking types, complete with walking poles and shorts. They made me feel a bit faint-hearted, so we strode off down the stairs to town with renewed vigour.
It would be very harsh to describe the Split waterfront as a poor man's Monte Carlo. It lacks the phenomenal wealth of Monaco, and there are only one or two modestly lavish playboy yachts in the harbour. In fact, most of the ...