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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... campground right on the water, just outside Split. We set up then took the bus into Split. The daylight was quickly running out but we enjoyed wandering through the old streets. We also checked out the harbour where the ferry leaves for Brac and for Ancona. The harbour is much much bigger than any other we've been to! We've booked the 11am ferry for tomorrow. We grabbed some Asian in town before taking the bus back to camp. Can't wait for a real bed and a long, long shower ...
... of Split in a residential area among olive groves between the
mountain and the beach on the Marjan Peninsula. Some of his bronze and stone
works are in the garden while the remainder are spread around the modernist two
story home that looks far more like it was designed as a museum than as a
residence. Among the influences on Mestrovic’s works are his Catholic religion,
the traditions of his native Dalmatia, Yugoslav symbolism, and ...
... walking about a km along the foreshore to a lovely restaurant overlooking the water and swimmers. Across the water was Split and the light was changing as the sun set - beautiful, tranquil and so quiet after the busy cities. We ate sumptuously - the best jumbo pizza, olives, and salad. A good start to the next 7 days in Croatia. We will meet up with all the Davies and friends in the morning for a Segway tour around ...
... of anyone. Hopefully a few weeks in a fairly dry country will be just what the doctor ordered. We finished our time in Croatia with one more plot twist as both chels and I had issues with our credit cards. Luckily mine is back online but chels wasn't so lucky. We have money which is all that matters! Now it's time to brave the Middle East! Just before we go, we have a night in Rome to squeeze in as much as humanly possible into one day, Rome wasn't built in a day, so we ...
... and they are even more embarrassing, as in some circumstances the arrangement is exactly the same as the above. So both sexes are subject to the same amount of embarrassment, if the male is using the wall mounted apparatus and a female walks in to go to the cubicle beyond.