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... our guides on the trip couldn't really give us any suggestions of where to eat so we wandered for a while until we found a place that had burgers. Everyone got a burger. It's so hard to find good ones over here. Mine wasn't that good. They drenched it in mayo. I don't even like mayo. I always run into this problem though. Being a picky eater in another country is tough. Don't get me wrong I've tried all kinds of foods since I've been here. There are a lot ...
... around 10mins away from main city split....where accommodation is quadruple the price by the way! Also split does NOT have any camping sites in the city only the towns surrounding. There is a bus that runs all day and night for around £1.50 so well worth it. The beach is gorgeous and even in peak season fairly empty, the water was still hot hot hot and technically its ...
... house is even full. Eventually Adam finds the Villa Zarko hotel. We can’t have the same room for two night but they do squeeze us in.
Well, you can be lucky this is wonderful place with staff that are helpful and have a great sense of humor. The restaurant is fabulous and it is right next to the beach in Kaštela. This is one of the areas where Adam is interested in buying. So on day 2 we ...
... to see a larger version of any picture, click on it, and it will enlarge.(And I am sorry to say they are very dark. Apparently, I did not have my camera set on a good setting for the light conditions.)
Kastel Luksic is one of seven small fortress settlements located on the Bay of Kastela, which stretches between Split and Trogir. Each settlement was built towards the end of the 15th century ...
... to be missed. A tiny little bar, set out in an almost cafe like fashion fit with modern furniture, but set back in old stone and brick walls. Together it provides a warm, intimate atmosphere in contrast from the bustling tourist ridden square 50 meters away.
Having spent a total of 3 nights in Split, it will come as no surprise that a proportion of every evening was spent indulging in the vast array of complementing wine and cheeses. Indulgence ...