Hotel Bellevue Split
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For the first time in a long time we were parked with other vans (or bandidos, as we like to call them!) overnight. After wandering through Orebic town we um'd and argh'd about whether to drive or take the ferry back to the main land. We eventually decided to take the ferry - it's a perfect day for cruising and will save 2hrs of driving. Plus we won't have to cross through Bosnia again! So, at noon we took the ferry from Trpanj to Ploce, then continued to drive north until we ...
... a small town in Croatia but worked mostly in Zagreb and at times in
exile. When he retired he built a huge mansion near the coast in Split which
now houses the city’s Mestrovic Gallery, the largest single collection of his
works. But his statues are all over Split and elsewhere in Croatia, and he also
designed the Njegos Mausoleum I visited on a mountaintop in Montenegro.
Mestrovic’s home/gallery is about a half an hours walk from
... with a taxi driver to take them into town. They offered for us to come in the taxi with them, but the taxi driver said he wasn't allowed to do that, although he suddenly didn't mind when we offered him an extra 100kuna! On the way into Hvar town we saw a girl looking upset climbing up a bank on the side if the road, we asked the driver to pull over and it turned out her car had rolled into a ditch! Brook went down to ...
... my way straight to the hostel (Split Backpackers) and checked in. I stayed in an 8-bed mixed dorm although there were 7 girls and 1 boy - lucky him! I went for a wander to explore my new home for the next 4 nights; I found Diocletian's Palace which is an old, former palace now housing bars, restaurants and shops as well as a couple of museums. Really beautiful place and right next to the harbour where you could spend hours, watching the world go by. It felt quite local once ...
... the islands too. It was very nice. We had a good chat with the two of them, before heading back. We stopped by a club that had a 'trash party' happening, where they play a bunch of 90's music and dress up badly, but in the end we decided not to go, because Vlad was working early, so they were going to go home, and we didn't really want to go to a night club by ourselves! So they dropped us back at the hostel, and we said goodbye before heading in to ...