Hotel Villa Zarko
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The restaurant food is stunning. The staff are so helpful and go out of their way to make out stay wonderful.
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We drive off from our relaxing time in Broderica and head towards Kaštela for an appointment with Real Estate agent Sanja. She is showing is an old house and shop. We meet up with her and the two brother owners. This is the type of property we are looking for a residence with a shop below. Unfortunately this building is not made of the …
Tally writing... After the relaxing time at sien with musical guru Mille we arrived at 'kastel stari' which is just outside split city. We caught the local bus to a campsite we had actually stayed at previously when we still had wallyvan! Only this time we were tenting it hehe! Out came our luxury £6 polkadot tent from sainsburys haha....which infact turned out to be a fair ...
... from invading Turks. The noblemen of Split and Trogir built the seven fortresses along with defense walls to protect the population and agricultural production. The fortresses were built on the south seafront with the fortified settlements to the north. As the threat from the Ottomans subsided, the settlements spread beyond the walls and eventually combined to make the town of Kastela, which means "castles". ...
... buying and selling and going here and there about their business in "Diocletian's Palace". This most ancient palace of that psychotic and cruel Roman ruler is simply a living space for the people of Split; this is most appropriate, I think.
We wandered along the water and then up the hill and through a peaceful park. Sunshine abounded, bathing the day in warmth and increasing the loveliness of the views. The snow-capped ...
... road winding around the edge of the mountain. Luckily there is very little traffic on this road as it is barely wide enough for two cars. Often, there is no side barrier and the edge if the road is a sheer cliff!!! Whenever I see an approaching car I stop at the next widest part and wait (sometimes several minutes) for it to approach and pass. We got home in one piece, we saw some spectacular scenery and when it was safe pulled off the road and took a few great ...