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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Splits many bars for under £10 for the whole night! I loved split a lot, it surprised me how busy it was but still relaxing at the same time. It wasn't a 'city' as you would imagine more of a seaside town which meant we could chill out and have a break from city life for a few nights while enjoying beautiful views of the Adriatic sea and sites in the old roman centre. I would love to travel more of the Dalmatian coast and Croatia but Split was a good ...
... t have blisters. Mike caught me cleaning my feet in the bidet today :/ We started by walking aimlessly and kept stumbling into beautiful piazzas and churches. We made it to the Colosseum, one of Mikes dreams come true. The tours were out for the underground chambers but we got to see most of it on our own. Honestly, certain travelers were getting on Mikes nerves and the thought of a tour with them stressed him out. ...
... It was very clear why it won so many awards and and why it is hard to get a table .although we find the evening temperatures warm and we don't mind sitting outside the Romans find it cool at night so getting a table on the patio if often easier. Also it is a great place to people watch. A stroll after dinner included some gelato. Getting non dairy gelato is very easy most places have about 6 usually fruit flavours. A few days later we will find out how to tell good and real ...
... which destroyed the wooden upper levels of the amphitheatre's interior. It was not fully repaired until about 240 and underwent further repairs in 250 or 252 and again in 320. An inscription records the restoration of various parts of the Colosseum under Theodosius II and Valentinian III (reigned 425–455), possibly to repair damage caused by a major earthquake in 443; more work followed in 484 and 508. The arena continued to be used for contests well into the 6th century, ...
... m not going to lie, it was a scene right out of a horror film. The air was silent, we were the only people on the track awaiting the train, and the eeriness was all around us. Thankfully we were joined by 3 females and I was instantly at ease.
Once we hopped on the train, we were greeted by a familiar American accent, a guy named Adam from San Fran! He was quite the character. He had no ...