Bluesun Hotel Maestral
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the distance.
We stopped the yacht in the middle of the ocean where the dolphins were playing and had one last swim. Everyone had a bit of a cold so the salty swim helped clear out the cobwebs.
We said a sad goodbye to our new sailing buddies but planned to see them that night. Sharelle and I both extremely exhausted checked into our hostel in Split, it was so nice to lay in a bed that wasnt moving although we still ...
... except that it is very old and has been held by essentially every past ruler of Croatia at one time or another - the Venetians, the French, the Austrians, and so on. What we do know -- or more accurately what Kim and I know -- is that many of the dragon scenes with Daenerys in Game of Thrones are filmed at this fortress! So we packed a picnic lunch and spent an hour or so wandering around the fortress, exploring and taking pictures of where we hope ...
The temperature has really started to climb since we got back to the mainland. Spent my first day here with friends from the Tuna, sweating our way up and down the hill in Park suma Marjan. A refreshing swim in the sea and lie on another of Croatia's pebbly beaches helped us to recover. Over a home cooked meal that evening in the hostel (thanks Jimmy!) I was persuaded to join the trip up to Plitvice lakes the following morning. Great ...
... and after careful thinking I decided to invest in the most powerful weapon to face such a crisis: an umbrella! Thus equipped and ready for it, I hit the (shiny slippery) streets.
The highlight of this city, of which I knew nothing before getting there, is a big block in the heart of the old town called Diocletian's Palace. Diocletian was a Roman emperor from the end of the Empire, who was from a little place near today's Split called Salona. ...
... 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 ...