Marina (Dalmatian Riviera - Spu)
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... really hurt her back so that was enough to stop anyone on Moon Kiss giving it a go.
Dal cooked up a spicey sausage stew with fresh bread and a green salad. We rinsed the dishes in the ocean & watched all the little fishes fight over the leftovers.
My drowsy sea sick pills must have kicked in because next thing you know it's the afternoon and I wake up to the boat ...
... Usually my fear of heights is okay if I can't envision how I could possibly fall -- in this tower it was so easy to envision myself falling that by the top I was gasping out of fear more than anything else! Luckily, we did get a lovely view of the rest of the palace, as it is rather more extensive than the tourist-frequented bits that we made it to.
We made it to Brela from Split at around 6pm and promptly got lost on the way to our hostel. This ...
... to work on building a road, before walking home again - I guess that’s where he got his work ethic!
On the way back Hamish stood in cow poo!!! so we used the well water to wash his shoes!!
We drove back down and then up again to Bubba’s Mihaljevic family home, very close to the Grgic houses. Bubba’s house is in the process of being restored and looked really big compared to the others ...
... had a bit of time in Split and a few things to see in the area.You're gonna say, with old stones like the ones in Split what else is there to see? Well the answer is simple: even older stones! :)
Split is a bit like the Riviera. In the beginning it was a holiday town next to the sea, built by and for a single man: the emperor Diocletian. He was born himself in Salona, an old Roman city nearby on a river, well protected ...
... spoken here. We had over 3 hours to wander around Zagreb and there were some lovely buildings and parks. The bus took 5 hours through ever changing scenery whilst playing lively Croatian music. We arrived in Split at 6pm. It is a lively city on the sea. There were 2 large ferries leaving for Italy and people everywhere. The water front esplanade was full of outdoor cafes, market stalls and tourists. Our hotel was hard to find, it is the oldest hotel in Spit and lies within the old ...
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Trg Gospe od Karmela 1, Brela | 3 star hotelfrom $108
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Frankopanska 66, Brela | 1 star hotelfrom $122
Trg Gospe od Karmela 1, Brela | 3 star hotelfrom $129
Biskupa Bijankica 1, Brela | Hotelfrom $73