Hotel Plaza Omis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... fishing here..loads of boats, nice boats...tons of people walking around...fun place. We camped out and slept in for once waking to the old gun tower right above us. After coffee and the usual agonizing process of how to get and pay for the bill, we hiked to the top of the old fortress Mirabela for some great views over the town. I cannot believe they walked these stairs 500+ years ago without hand hold or rails ...
... the boat we saw that the captains son on the next boat, Roco (nicknamed "little ****"), had once again taken our 2 person lilo. We watched and waited and eventually endeavored a 3 man mission to get it back. While Tom held him down Issy passed the mattress back to me on the other boat and I ran it upstairs. Looking way too cheeky, he headed inside only to return with a bebe gun. Unsure of wether he was trying to hit us or the floatie I sprinted it downstairs ...
... brickwork and concrete and masonry falling down the steep slope to the river below. Yet again, the destructive power of the war was all too evident.
Another potent symbol of the nature of the Yugoslav war was the Old ( or High ) Bridge at Mostar, an elegant, rainbow arch of a medieval bridge spanning a deep gorge. It had been destroyed in intense fighting during the war, and was a stark example of how a diverse community turned against itself, aided and abetted ...
We arrived into the scenic Dalmatian coast town of Split early morning. Having a port side balcony meant that we had a prime view of the palm fringed Riva (esplanade). I got up early from the sound of the ship's anchor dropping. We tendered into Split, after having breakfast on the ship. Split is gorgeous, with a beautiful esplanade lined with cafes and the sparkling Dalmatian Coast making for a beautiful backdrop. We did our own ...
... in the village of Svinišće, up in the mountains and the other in Mimice, on the Adriatic sea.
A reminder that less than 20 years ago there were very hard and sad times ...