Hotel Zagreb

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Travel Blogs from Split

The Wisdom of a Waiter

A travel blog entry by ejm56


... looks and feels a bit different when you return to the outside world. To call it deeply troubling would be something of an understatement. It forces you to confront big and impossible questions.
The same comment by Edmund Burke is prominently used at both the Gallery 11/07/95 and Auschwitz: "All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing". Which is a noble sentiment, but exactly how is this implemented? Do you establish a dictatorship of the good? ...


A travel blog entry by susansantiago


Split Today was our off day because the forecast was calling for rain and hiking over the types if terrain we have seen is dangerous and not so fun in the rain. We had options: some stayed at the hotel, some went on the bus to see the waterfalls in a national park, and the rest if us split for Split, a UNESCO world heritage ancient city one hour north of Baska Voda where we are based all week. We went by public bus along a very modern highway that hugged the ocean. Off ...

Prime waterfront property, Split

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">After our big day at the palace, we trotted off to catch the bus. We got on the #25 to Stobrec and showed our return ticket to the driver who only half glanced and we took a couple of seats near the back. At the next stop, a bus "controller" got on and started checking people's tickets. He came to us and I handed them to ...

Hvar to Split

A travel blog entry by diff54


... 3 days is very comfortable. First time without a sea view tho as we are in the city. The key feature in Split is the Diocletian's Palace; the palace and city built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian AD 245-313 who wanted a retirement palace. Even after his death it was used by emperors as a retreat. It is now a UNESCO world heritage listed site and one of the largest Roman ruins around. We started with the sculpture of ...

Croatian boat trip Dubbo to Spilt

A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip


... was supposed to be true to the Croatian saying "fish swim three times – once in the sea, once in oil – and once on the plate’…. but the delicious seafood we tasted didn’t seem to be soaked in oil, fortunately.

Would love to have heard some of the traditional ‘Gulpa’ music, groups of five men singing in harmony, archipelago style. …did hear some tunes played on local radio but bit more like pop music version than ...


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