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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsAtrium Hotel Split
Clean and pleasant hotel. Only a little far from the main tourist attractions
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... at a height of 78m. We only stayed about 4 hours because it was getting very crowded and also was starting to rain. By the time we got back to the guest house to get our bags, it was pouring. I caught a bus to Zagreb, while Vish caught a bus in the other direction to Zadar. I spent the next few days chilling out in Zagreb. After being non stop for a couple of weeks it was nice to have a day to catch up on this and banking etc. The hostel I stayed in was really good. It ...
Split is the largest city in the Dalmatian region and the second biggest city in Croatia. We stayed in a really cool apartment very close to the Diocletian Palace, it was the first house built outside the Palace. This was the Roman Emperor's Palace. The owner of the apartment, his name was Slobodan, and was a captain during the war.
We scooted around the Diocletian ...
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Well bused into Vienna .. Adopted a few locals from the bus ride to show us to our wombats hostel.. They sent us to the wrong wombats hostel .. Dang.. But oh well! We stayed there anyways. roomed with ...
... dreams and is proudly wearing it. Each evening we slowly add to our vocabulary of simple words and phrases in Croatian. I must admit, I am just terrible at remembering the words. They do not flow from my lips and do not synch with my knowledge of Spanish. Of course, I feel a responsibility to ensure that Zoe gains as much insight into the people and language as I can, but she seems to be more interested in the quaint bakeries - must come from her ...
Day 11 – Split
Another warm sunny day as we caught one of the first tenders ashore. We decided to just walk the old quarter and see what we could see. As with the other cities we've seen, the old quarter was enchanting. We started with Diocletian’s Palace (not really a palace but that’s what it’s called) and the Cathedral of St. Domnius – very ...