Hotel Vestibul Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... be seen, and very few young people about, even all the cops were old.
We then moved on to pass thru Albania and on to Montenegro with the usual border crossing antics, still it is a lot quicker than African one's. The change was immediate. Somehow it seemed a much lighter and friendly place, even the countryside was different more productive and fresher looking, but maybe it was our imaginations, but we all commented on it. We drove into Budvar and spent the evening ...
... off to swimmers and the area you can swim in is water that flows over a rock shelf and is about two feet deep and you share it with the swans and other wildlife. Not only that, but the 40 minute trek would only take that long, if you were pushing a zimmer frame and to cap it all off, everything that is on sale, is significantly more expensive than normal.
The falls are truly beautiful but thank goodness we took the cheaper offer. By the time we got back to Split at 5pm we ...
... s paradise - fish of varied shapes and sizes, shellfish, mollusk, octopus, squid - all fresh from the Adriatic.
It was way back in 1979 that UNESCO inscribed the Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian on the World Heritage List. The soul of Split is the Diocletian's Palace (Dioklecijanova palača ) with the Bell Tower of the Cathedral of Saint Domnius (Katedrala Svetog Duje) forming the major landmark ...
... waters that we had been longing for. Once in port our Captain "Edo" took us for a walking tour where we saw the sights and were told of the importance of the town historically. Once back on the boat we enjoyed a traditional Croatian barbeque dinner and of course a few ore frothy, at this time Buffalo was also instituted for the entirety of the trip. (If you don't know it google it under drinking rules).
During dinner tour leader Nic cautioned us that a night in Stari Grad ...
... to Silipi from Cavtat. Overall the walking was pretty easy, and other than these three walks we did not even bother with our boots. If you are a serious walker don't choose Croatia as a destination! The walking was interesting though, and our favourite was definitely up to the Ron Brown memorial. The story of the crash is filled with controversy. You can read about it here http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Brow ...