Solaris Hotel Ivan
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... the main waterfall. It was tourist central. So so busy and that was kind of annoying. The waterfall made up for it, though. We swam in the pool beneath it with a million other people. The current was so fast it was kind of scary. You needed to have your wits about you. The day went by so quickly and we lined up to get back to the main base. It doesn't seem like ...
... stands. This is not some massive stadium I am talking about, more the sort you'd find out in the suburbs. It is, however, a fairly busy pitch and you can watch a game through the campsite fence. Now being from Down Under, we are not massively into football (soccer to kiwis), but Mark and I were idly watching the other evening in between rain showers and these fellas are good...very, very good. Now I will diverge for just a second because there ...
... and some enjoying a late breakfast on deck. The old town was quite typical for this area of Croatia and Sibenik is the oldest city in the Adriatic. Climbing the first of many stone stairways I came to St.James Cathedral, decided not to go in as there was a large tour group about to enter so I took myself further up into the old part meandering the alleys, climbing more stairs, passing some interesting window and doorways. I saw a sign for a ...
... not so much then. After all that drama I can finally explain Split. Split is on the dalmation coast with a massive port and beautiful sparkling water. The student dorms boasted to has the most beautiful beach... Look at the photos. Concrete beach?? We wandered into the main hub of split wandered through the old town and palace grounds. They have built shops restaurants and bars throughout the old town walls and palace ruin ground. ...
... Edward Lear poem –
Its name causes terror from Portsmouth to Penge,
The Bora, the Bora, the Bora of Senj!
In fact it’s a cold, dry wind which comes down off the Velebit massif and blows up the narrow channel between the mainland and the islands of Krk, Rab and Pag. It scours their eastern coasts of vegetation, leaving a lunar landscape of bare white rock. The caravan was being buffeted on ...