Travel Blogs from Selce
... CONTROL GUY' Now - a 'Don't you dare' warning is the highest level on Patti's 'don't' scale and so you can just imagine how much extra pressure I felt as it came my turn to ease Travis up to the passport inspection window. I just kept thinking as I handed over the passports - what if a 'Good aye mate' accidentally passed my lips? Would I be dragged out of the car and off for interrogation? or worse still - what ...
... it had caused a big uproar and media sensation. Afterwards we had 35 minutes to explore the rest of the buildings in the village. Jean enjoyed the music building. We saw a combmaker, toymaker, candlemaker, a cooper, and wedding cottage in these buildings. On the way out, most of us were at the entrance at the souvenir store. A woman approached us and said her husband had lived in that house, and in 1969 when they had visited, she had slept in one of the ...
... vegetables and fish on ground level and meat and chicken underground. Upper Town was built on a hill which now has the Presidential Palace, Prime Minister's residence and the Parliament building as well as a number of museums and churches. Part of this is still surrounded by the old city wall and one remaining gate which affords views out over Lower Town. This part of the city has a number of parks, the Botanical gardens and the main theatre as ...
... who has seen to it that every need is met. She's a real pro and even met us at the tram stop near the apt. to walk us back. Our train/bus was an hour late from Hungary, but she still met us at 10:00. Thank god for texting abroad.
It's a 1 BR apt. with a king bed! Unheard of in these here parts. We're tired of the "double" beds advertised at places when in fact they're 2 singles pushed together. I understand that with the old buildings ...
So sad to end our time in the Croatian Islands which were just magical, Al said he could have spent 2 months there, were both feeling very chilled. Back to Split for the night which is the jump off point for all boats to the islands. We hadn’t realised Split had one of the oldest Roman
ruins in Europe which was absolutely mind-blowing, amazing cathedral, tunnels and caverns under the city and a plethora of markets and funky little bars. ...
Other places to stay in Selce
Emila Antica 78, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $148
Setaliste Ivana Jelicia 14, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Mihovila Jelicica 14, Selce | 2 star hotelfrom $76
Ivana Jelicica 37, Selce | 1 star hotelfrom $62
Emila Antica 24 , Selce | Hotelfrom $29