Bluesun Hotel Maestral
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the tourists off the cruise boats. Eventually we headed out in horrible riding conditions for Dave with the continued rain sending a stream down the side of the road, gravel washed into the road and intermittent shimmers of oil traces. To add to it, he hadn’t brought his wet weather gear, so got soaked. I was better off. My suit is waterproof and I had the excitement of using the wiper blade on the glove on my left index finger, to clear my visor. ...
... by the Romans from 265BC to 300AD. While touring the ancient site that people still live in today, we were serenaded by a Croatian archipelago group promoting their CDs. I received a message on my phone that our room was ready and we reluctantly left the palace. After cleaning up in our large hotel/apartment room (we even have a washing machine), we went to Marjan park and rented some bikes ...
We leave the ship, again by tender, to begin our "Historic Split & Riviera" excursion at the leisurely hour of 9:00. Our tour guide takes us directly to the Palace of Diocletian, which was built in 305 BC.
Our first stop is the cellars. We then begin our tour of the inside of the palace. It is extensive and impressive. It seems that the palace is dominated by the Cathedral of St Domnius, every where ...
... 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 ...
... was right next to aunty’s house in what was a little village at one point. Draz remembered going there in the late 70’s and driving up cobbled streets and staying in the family homes. There were children running around and playing in the streets - it was far from that today.
Aunty’s house is being restored by one of her sons…the rest are beyond saving, I would think.
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