Hektoroviceva 34, Split, 21000, Croatia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Split

Our sailing week begins! Split to Sesula

A travel blog entry by amcostin


... Canadians Megan and Bekah who live in London along with Kirsten, a New Zealander. We also had one of Bekah's Canadian friends on board, Allison, but she got a bad virus and ending up having to go home after only 1 day on the boat. We met Travis, our Medsailors skipper and Charlie, a crew-member on our boat. Everyone was really friendly and later in the afternoon we set sail, bound for Sesula. It was so strange at first being on the yacht and looking at the tiny ...


A travel blog entry by kyajade


... arrived, we bought our tickets to Split then sat down at the Nanas there for a burger while we waited for the bus. After lunch we went over to our platform, checked our luggage under the bus and got on and found a seat. When I had been told it would take 3 hours and 20 minutes to get there, I must have misunderstood, because two and a half hours later, we arrived! At 3:20pm! That was a nice surprise! We grabbed our bags and walked around to our hostel ...

I'm on a Boat!

A travel blog entry by cortrhys.ward


... as it was already stinking hot and some of us were feeling worse for wear, despite a relatively quiet night. This swim stop again contained backflips, Dom's hectic suicide flips and Justin's constant attempts at backflips (which nearly always result in him face planting). Lunch again was soup, but thankfully there was a main of fish to accompany it, which was perfect as Monte, Justo and I sat outside and enjoyed our meals, instead of sweating of rigs of inside the eating area. ...

Everyday Use

A travel blog entry by cutiebanana


... to get off the bus. As it was, we wondered if we had been lead astray when we got off the bus for we saw nothing. However, after walking down the highway for several minutes we saw a pile of what I thought was construction materials. Fortunately Martin thought the pile of stones to be more, and so we found Salona.

Initially the ruins failed to impress, but as we wandered on, I came to quite appreciate them. Away from the ...


A travel blog entry by jsarracino


... steeple of the church of St. Jelena (Helena) the Crusader. Walking back toward the village, we stopped to get better pictures of the chapel and discovered that there was another one right next to it. The original chapel was built in the 4th century. The one next to it was built in the 7th. Neither one is in use today.


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