Hotel Villa Diana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We left the Ibis Centrum early on a Sunday morning and drove to a western suburb of Budapest to see if we could find a Unitarian Church. The Unitarian Church is a liberal Protestant church which dates from the 1560s in Transylvania and Southern Poland. The Polish church was destroyed by the counter reformation, but the Hungarian church survived. …
... He is married with a 1.5 year old child. His wife is a teacher and they live in a 3 storey home where his parents live on the bottom floor, they live on the top floor and they rent out the middle level as holiday accommodation. This is a very common situation. As much of the economy is based around tourism they work generally from February - October each year and have the rest of the time off as this is their winter. The transfer arrangement ...
... most places offer it free, except for one restaurant where I guess the password "internet2014".
The 400kms was basically interior country, all *********e and forests and looks totally unforgiving, but every 20kms or so will be a cluster of 20 house or so - not really villages as they are strung along a ridge and there are no place names, shops etc. I'm guessing they might be summer homes as there are lakes around?
Split looked pretty awful, miles of concrete ...
... From Zagreb I made my way to Zadar and stayed in this really cool hostel. The common area is a courtyard outside which was nice on a hot day. Town is a decent walk but with the sea breeze is was comfortable. I walked into town a few times. There is a sea organ there which was interesting. They have built a series of pipes under a walkway along the water. As the water is pushed through the pipes it creates a noise like an organ. It was nice to sit and listen to along with ...
We were up early to drive the ninety minutes along the coast to Split. Some of the most beautiful coastline we've ever seen, dotted with small islands and clear green water near the shoreline.
We arrived in Split and headed off for the ruins of Diocletian's Palace. It's rectangular, about 160 x 190 metres, and has four central gates on each side - the golden, silver, brass and iron gates. We walked in through the brass gate and descended into ...