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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... but in my experience the people here could not have been friendlier or more welcoming. Even in the cities that we visited, which are comparatively much more tourist-y than the rest of Croatia, we were able to find cheap, delicious meals featuring the local cuisine (at our favorite spot in Split, we were able to get entrees, sides, and split a liter of wine for ~$10 each). There is definitely an unrefined and unsupervised aspect to the country, but not in a way ...
... touristy for my liking, there is graffiti everywhere and the locals really aren't that friendly. Anyway, after failing to find the beach this morning we went to an internet cafe so we could update our blogs. Again this was a disaster because after we'd sat down and bought drinks we discovered that the password they'd given us didn't work and they did not care in the slightest - brilliant! Finally, it reached 2pm so we headed back to the hostel to check in and were shown ...
... in a way you get to see what the palace looked like when the emperor lived within its’ walls. Next, we savoured a coffee on the bright and beautiful boardwalk, which is lined with restaurants and palm trees.
Later on, we walked up to the 500 steps to a look-out point within a jungle-like park. Here, we spotted some happy donkeys munching on grass. The park itself was really beautiful and it smelled like ponderosa pine trees, which always ...
Our taxi was five mins early for our 8.15am pick up and managed to give Larraine her complete family and work history by the time we had checked nothing was left in the apartment and put the bags in the van!
She did drop us right on the port, first in line for the ferry though!
This ferry was from Hvar to Split, full with people and luggage, so that you actually couldn't make it thru some of the aisles. It was only an hour trip though.
On disembarking in Split we had ...
... fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">After our big day at the palace, we trotted off to catch the bus. We got on the #25 to Stobrec and showed our return ticket to the driver who only half glanced and we took a couple of seats near the back. At the next stop, a bus "controller" got on and started checking people's tickets. He came to us and I handed them to ...